As the 2012 campaign reaches the wire, we want to let you know how to stay informed through Beyond November, a collaboration of the Nine Network, the St. Louis Beacon and St. Louis Public Radio.
Today and and until the polls close at 7 p.m. Tuesday you can visit the homepage of BeyondNovember.org and make use of the Voters’ Guide. Fill in your street address and zipcode and the guide will provide you with information on the races in your jurisdiction. There you will find candidates addressing questions that we have posed along with the news coverage that our partners have provided over the last several months.
You can watch a televised version of the Voters’ Guide that aired Monday night. Jim Kirchherr hosted the program which provides information on all the key races, along with four ballot propositions in Missouri. Click here to watch clips from the show.
On election night, you can find results and analysis at the Beacon and the St. Louis Public Radio websites, but it all will be aggregated on BeyondNovember.org, which will include audio, video and social media feeds. Links will be provided to election authorities where you can get up to the minute vote totals for the races that interest you the most.
On televison, the Nine Network will bring you full election coverage on Nine PBS with the NewsHour’s Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff, while giving you local election coverage on Nine World (9.3 and 84) in a simulcast with KSDK. The broadcast will originate from the Nine Network and KSDK and include analysis from a wide array of experts along with reporters from the St. Louis Beacon and St. Louis Public Radio. Casey Nolen of KSDK and Jim Kirchherr of Nine will anchor the broadcast.
On radio: Bill Raack and Don Marsh will anchor local coverage on St. Louis Public Radio while NPR provides the national coverage on 90.7 FM.
On Twitter: Follow our reporters who will be filing updates under the hashtag #beyondnov.
At the Contemporary Art Museum: CAM and Beyond November are teaming up to present an election night watch party that will inform entertain and stimulate your thinking about politics and the arts. Many of the analysts appearing on the Nine Network-KSDK television special will also speak at the watch party.
Admission is free and features a cash bar and food trucks at the site. Doors open at 7 p.m. at the museum, which is located in Grand Center, at 3750 Washington Boulevard. CAM will remain open until the final results are declared when a celebration will will be held with a balloon drop and apple pie.
And, finally, you can get a free daily e-mail update with all the headlines from the past 24 hours by visiting beyondnovember.org/subscribe. This service continues right up to the election …. and BEYOND, because elections aren’t just about the horse race, but what the candidates deliver — or don’t — after they become officeholders.