Millions of Americans will cast their vote on Tuesday to elect the 45th president of the United States, ending a long, nasty and sometimes unpredictable election campaign.

CBC News is covering the U.S. election from a Canadian perspective, providing results as they happen, along with analysis to explain what it all means.

Our live coverage continues on Wednesday, Nov. 9, as America wakes up to a new president-elect. 

Here is how you can follow along on the web, on TV and on the radio.

CBC Online

Coverage on CBCNews.ca will continue all night and into Wednesday with news and analysis.

There will be a live blog running until 2 p.m. ET Wednesday. You can watch a live stream of our TV special and get updates from our correspondents stationed across the U.S.

At 6 p.m. ET, when the first polls close in states like Indiana and Kentucky, until midnight, when polls close in Alaska, we'll bring you live state-by-state results, tell you what's at stake and explain how the whole U.S. electoral process works.

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U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her husband, former U.S. president Bill Clinton, greet supporters after casting their ballots at the Douglas Grafflin Elementary School in Chappaqua, N.Y., on Tuesday. (Brian Snyder/Reuters)

CBC News Network

Rosemary Barton kicks off our America Votes television coverage at 5 p.m. ET Tuesday on CBC News Network, with Peter Mansbridge taking over at 8 p.m. Our America Votes television special will also be live on AppleTV and AndroidTV, as well as the CBC News YouTube channel.

Our election special starts at 9 p.m. ET on CBC TV.

A special edition of The National will air late in the evening, once the votes are counted and a president-elect is announced.

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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and his wife, Melania Trump, vote at PS 59 in New York City. (Carlo Allegri/Reuters)

CBC Radio One

Listeners can tune in to the election special hosted by Susan Bonner and Michael Enright starting at 8 p.m. ET.

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Betsy Argueta holds her daughter Isabella, 2, as she votes at the National Guard Armory in Smithfield, N.C. North Carolina is one of the states that is being closely watched on election night. (Chris Keane/Reuters)