Tuesday, November 4, 2008

CBS Evening News with Katie Couric E-Mail Alert



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Hello, everyone, on this historic Election Day. Today, American voters will elect either the first African-American President, or the first female Vice President. We're working hard to cover your voting today, the last-minute campaigning … and, of course, tonight's results.

 

The candidates are still working the crowds, in one final push for votes after nearly two years of campaigning. Chip Reid and Dean Reynolds have been following the two campaigns for months – and they'll have the very latest for us tonight.

 

By this evening, we'll have a select amount of exit polling data – and Anthony Mason will be at Election Headquarters in New York to discuss the major issues that were on the voters’ minds this election.

 

Meanwhile, volunteers are working the phones in massive get-out-the-vote efforts, which could lead to the biggest turnout ever. Nancy Cordes is covering that part of the story. And of course, CBS' own political gurus Bob Schieffer and Jeff Greenfield will join me on the set for Election Night analysis.

 

Finally tonight, we'll take a long look back at the Campaign That Was. All of the memorable highlights – and a few remarkable stumbles – from the past two years on the trail.

 

And I hope you'll stay with us tonight, because after our regular Evening News broadcast on the east coast, I'll be anchoring our special Election Night coverage. We'll be live from 7 pm EST and 2 am EST to give you up-to-the minute results from the CBS News Polling Unit. And keep the coffee handy – we'll be following our coverage with a special 2 a.m. Webcast that you can watch on CBSNews.com or at our partner in digital coverage, CNET.com. Also, don't forget to submit any election night questions – I'll read a couple on air, and our political team will have the answers. 

 

See you tonight … and don't forget to vote!

 



Katie Couric
CouricandCo@cbs.com

 

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