Today and tomorrow, visit Ustream for Election Day live streams happening around the country. We’ll have a variety of content streaming from many different sources. Join us for a momentous day—here a few highlights:
John McCain Campaign Schedule and live stream
Monday: 9 a.m. in Tampa, 11:45 a.m. at Airport Rally, 1:50 in Pittsburgh, 4 p.m. ET in Indianapolis, 6 p.m. MT in Roswell, NM, 7:45 p.m. in Las Vegas, NV, midnight MT in Prescott, AZ
Tuesday: 11:30 a.m. MT in Grand Junction, CO
Barack Obama Campaign Schedule and live stream
Monday: 9:30 a.m. CT in Lee’s Summit, MO, 11 a.m. ET in Jacksonville, FL, 3:45 ET in Zanesville, OH, 5:25 p.m. ET in Charlotte, NC, 7:15 p.m. ET in Akron, OH, 9:10 p.m. ET in Manasass, VA, 10:15 p.m. ET in South Philadelphia, PA
Tuesday: 9 p.m. CT in Chicago
Rock the Vote and Warner Brothers is partnering with Ustream to live stream its phone bank from New York all day on Monday and Tuesday. Volunteers will be calling to remind young people to vote. Visit the channel to view the phone bank and chat with volunteers. Several music artists will be stopping by as well. It can all be seen here starting on Monday here.
ABC News will be streaming all of their live election coverage on Ustream. If you can’t get to your TV in time, or want to embed the footage on your own web site or blog, check it out.
PressPassTV, a 4-time Emmy winning site, brings live interviews and chat with professional athletes from around the world on Election Day with Ustream. Athletes include James Ihedigbo, Chansi Stuckey, David Clowney, Abrham Elam from the New York Jets; Sinorice Moss from the New York Giants; Geoff Pope from the Bengals; Darrell Reid from the Colts; John Starks formerly of the Knicks; Butch Beard, former Knicks, Nets and Golden State coach and player; and Leon Washington. The evening will be hosted by Jack Cognetta and the athletes, broadcasting live from Hoboken, NJ from 8:30-11pm Eastern Time. The stream can be viewed here.
OneNewsNow.com will be broadcasting live Christian Conservative election coverage from 6 p.m. to midnight Central Time on Election Day. Get a Christian world view of the election results.
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Politico’s James Kotecki will be streaming live on Tuesday evening 7 p.m. to midnight ET from New York City. He will be streaming as a panelist on “FOX Report” with Shepard Smith. See the stream here.
WHPK-FM 88.5 will be broadcasting from Hyde Park, Illinois, near University of Chicago. WHPK’s Election Night program will feature guest commentators starting at 7 p.m. Central Time. Tune in live coverage of the results and events of Election Day 2008, from Barack Obama’s hometown here.