‘Democracy Now! Special’

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The non-commercial network Link TV will carry live election night coverage starting today at 7 pm ET.

Hosted by Amy Goodman, Nermeen Shaikh and Juan Gonzalez, The Democracy Now! Special will provide analysis and real-time results from around the country. The Intercept‘s Jeremy Scahill will also be on hand to provide insights into the returns. You can watch the livestream at Link TV, as well as via the Manhattan Neighborhood Network and Democracy Now.

Also on Link TV, for that rarest commodity – civil bipartisan conversation – there’s Finding Common Ground – Bridging Racial Divide. Former DNC and RNC party chairs, Donna Brazile and Michael Steele, participate in a 90-minute discussion about the government’s role in bridging America’s racial divide. They also address questions about policy, party politics, civic engagement and citizen responsibility. The event was recorded at the Common Ground Committee public forum in Charlottesville, VA. The city was the site of the August 11-12, 2017 Unite the Right rally.

You can watch Link TV nationwide on Roku, Apple TV, over-the-air in Los Angeles on channel 28.2, or via DirectTV and Dish Network. To peruse its schedule, visit linktv.org/schedule.

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