Eyes across America will be trained on New Hampshire on Tuesday. Along with 10 other states, New Hampshire is a swing state, and its four Electoral College votes could prove decisive in a tight presidential race. If you're wondering how to watch the election results in New Hampshire in real time, look no further. Residents of the Granite State will have plenty of options for watching the election unfold.
All of the major networks (NBC, ABC, CNN, Fox, etc.) will be offering live coverage of the election; CNET points out that they will also be streaming their coverage in real time, for those of you who don't have TV. ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox also have news apps that'll keep you updated on your phone. NPR and PBS are covering the election together, and you'll be able to access their coverage on TV, radio, and on NPR's website.
If you'd rather skip the political commentary and just focus on the numbers, you can find an interactive map of election results on Politico, which lets you see both the results for the whole country and New Hampshire in particular. You can also see New Hampshire election results at The Washington Post.
Finally, if you prefer your updates in 140-characters, check out Twitter for news. This year, BuzzFeed is teaming up with the social media platform to offer election coverage in real time, starting at 6 pm EST.
This year's election is an important one for New Hampshire, as voters will be deciding on a new governor, two House members, and a senator, in addition to the presidential race. The Senate race is especially important: it's considered a battleground race that could go either way, and if Democratic Governor Maggie Hassan, manages to defeat incumbent Republican senator Kelly Ayotte, it could help shift the balance of power in Congress' Republican-controlled upper house. For a full run-down of what's at stake in the New Hampshire election, check out New Hampshire's page on Ballotpedia.