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LIVE: 2012 Election Coverage- National, State, Local


Listen to AM 590/FM 96.5 WKZO or watch the live video stream below

UNDATED (WKZO) -- On Nov 6th, wkzo.com will be broadcasting live from our newsroom all day with updates on the local, state, and national races you care about.

Wall-to-wall coverage begins at 7pm with live reports from the Kalamazoo Democrat and Republican Party receptions as well as other various candidates’ functions including candidates Fred Upton, Scott Pierangeli, and Ward Lawrence.

November 6, 2012 Election Day coverage is as follows:

6am to 10am: The Lori Moore Show will be interviewing guests Secretary of State Ruth Johnson, Kalamazoo City Clerk Scott Borling, and a representative from the Mackinac Center for Public Policy

10am to 12pm: Michigan’s Big Show starring Michael Patrick Sheils is scheduled to talk with guests at various polling locations throughout the state as well as former Speaker Chuck Perricone, chairperson of the Michigan Republican Party Bobby Schostak, and Inside Michigan Politics’ Bill Ballenger

- 3pm to 5pm: WKZO’s The Trifecta will be speaking with numerous CBS reporters live from battle ground states

7pm: Wall-to-wall coverage begins with up-to-date race information and reporting from in the field.  Analysis will be broadcast live from inside our newsroom hosted by The Trifecta’s Jay Morris, Jim McKinney, and Roger Taylor as well as live feeds from CBS News.

Watch the live video stream below or tune-in to AM 590/FM 96.5 WKZO

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If you still need clarification on the Michigan ballot proposals or would like to hear from the candidates themselves, check out our Election 2012 page here