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Election Night: How to watch on the web

Here at the 2010 Election Desk at 30 Rockefeller Center, the NBC News political team and msnbc.com are gearing up for a busy evening of race calls, exit polls, and analysis.

NBC's First Read blog and msnbc.com's Decision 2010 hub will be updated throughout the day and tonight with real-time information on the top races. The hub will display individual race results via a national map, or you can find detailed Senate results, House results, or results for governor's races as well as a national overview in msnbc.com’s newly designed election results section.

You can follow the team on Twitter: @chucktodd, @mmurraypolitics, @domeniconbc, @msnbcTomCurry, and @carriedann.

All day, all night and all through tomorrow, msnbc.com will provide video clips of the freshest political coverage from NBC News and MSNBC TV. All of the most recent video reports are at video.msnbc.com. You can also subscribe to the Decision 2010 video feed via RSS, follow Twitter updates @msnbc_video, or just launch the most recent politics coverage right into the msnbc.com video player.

Msnbc.com will have continuous live video coverage from 9 p.m.-3:30 a.m. ET. We will simulcast NBC News’ broadcast coverage beginning at 9 p.m. ET. NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams will be joined by David Gregory, moderator of Meet the Press, and NBC News Special Correspondent Tom Brokaw until 3:30 a.m. ET. From 11 p.m.-11:35 p.m., when the network breaks for local coverage, we will simulcast live coverage from MSNBC TV. The live stream will be available on Twitter via @msnbc_video and on the msnbc.com election dashboard at Decision2010.msnbc.com.

Finally, check out the best political pictures from around the country at photos.msnbc.com.