Alastair Stewart will present ITV’s live coverage of the US presidential election results as the race for the White House is decided.
Will current incumbent Barack Obama or Republican counterpart Mitt Romney come out on top, and what will the outcome mean for America, Britain and the rest of the world?
Julie Etchingham, Mark Austin, Bill Neely and Robert Moore will be live across America, with correspondents based in Washington, Chicago, Boston and New York bringing viewers up-to-the-minute reports on how the states have voted.
America Decides begins at 11.35pm, Tuesday 6 November on ITV1 and ITV1 HD.
The ITV News bulletins will come live from Washington D.C from Monday and John Stapleton will be reporting from the nation’s capital for Daybreak from Monday morning.
President Barack Obama will be publicly sworn in for his second term today. The BBC News Channel and Sky News will have live coverage throughout the day from Washington DC. Here is today’s schedule (UK time): 1.45pm – Service at…
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