Telemundo’s midterm election night coverage will get underway at 9pm ET on Tuesday hosted by Julio Vaqueiro and Arantxa Loizaga live from Miami.
Beginning at 9 p.m. ET, Julio Vaqueiro, joined by Arantxa Loizaga, will anchor Noticias Telemundo’s continuous election coverage from Miami through at least 3 a.m. ET.
They will be joined by anchors Vanessa Hauc, Johana Suárez, Nacho Lozano and José Díaz-Balart and a team of correspondents, reporters, analysts and contributors bringing the latest news and analysis.
A special edition of Telemundo’s morning show, hoyDía, anchored by Nacho Lozano, Rebeka Smyth,Nicole Suarez and Martin Berlanga will kick off the day’s election day coverage which will feature the latest on-the-ground reporting from key battleground states with Senior Washington Correspondent Cristina Londoño in Florida, correspondentsRogelio Mora-Tagle in Washington, Francisco Cuevas, Maria Paula Ochoa and Francisco Fajardo in Los Angeles, Edgar Muñoz in Texas and Karla Amezola in New York.
Washington correspondent Javier Vega will manage Noticias Telemundo’s Big Board, breaking down the latest results.
Noticias Telemundo’s digital news team will provide multimedia content throughout the day with real-time updates and a live blog with breaking news and analysis.
Ahead of Election Day, Noticias Telemundo is streaming a digital special hosted by anchor Julio Vaqueiro exploring the demographics within the Latino electorate and the issues motivating voters.
The first episode of the two-part special, Los Votantes Latinos, or Latino Voters, is available on Noticias Telemundo’s YouTube channel.
The network’s elections coverage will also feature fact checks by T Verifica, Noticias Telemundo’s fact-checking platform, with fact checks in Spanish on NoticiasTelemundo.com and on air.