[UPDATE] Obama has defeated Romney to win a second term. Watch YouTube’s live coverage of the presidential election results below:
After many, many months of mudslinging, debates, talking points and political ads flooding television and YouTube, Election Day is finally here. Remember to check your polling place here and cast your vote if you haven’t done so already.
When you come home, YouTube’s Elections Hub will be waiting for you with its complete election coverage throughout the day from its partners and voters documenting their Election Day experiences through the YouTube voting project. Live election results will begin starting at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT and will broadcast programming throughout the night. The YouTube Elections Hub channel will feature programs and analysis from YouTube partners ABC News, Al Jazeera English, Buzzfeed and Philip DeFranco.
Also, the YouTube Elections Hub lets you can keep track of the election results state-by-state with the Associated Press’s Electoral College map.