America Votes

Listen to U.S. presidential election coverage live on CBC Radio One

CBC Radio One special coverage of the U.S. election will be co-hosted by Susan Bonner and Michael Enright.
The U.S. presidential election on November 8, 2016, will be covered in a live special on CBC Radio One.

On Tuesday, November 8, the most polarizing election campaign in recent U.S. history comes to an end.

Get up-to-the-minute election news from a Canadian perspective live on CBC Radio One and Sirius XM 169 in a radio special co-hosted by Susan Bonner and Michael Enright.

Tune in to CBC Radio One at 8 p.m. ET to follow the U.S. election results in real time, or stream it online by following the link below. 

You can also get the CBC Radio One U.S. election coverage on your smartphone or tablet via CBC Radio app, available on iTunes and Google Play

Regularly scheduled programming will be pre-empted for the duration of the U.S. election coverage, and joined in progress after the conclusion of special programming. Most shows interrupted by the special will be available for on-demand streaming.

Please choose your time zone below to see the list of pre-empted programming in your region.

CBC Radio will provide regular updates on Facebook and Twitter.

You can also follow U.S. presidential election coverage on CBC News Network. Live coverage starts at 5 p.m. ET; special programming with host Peter Mansbridge commences at 8 p.m.

CBC News will be live-blogging the election all day on November 8, as well as host a special live results page with presidential, state-by-state, house and senate results.

A live video stream of the TV special will be available on CBC News YouTube and Facebook pages.


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