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Voters head to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 8

Campaign 2016 Election Day Eyewitness News Team

Eyewitness News is your source for the all the Campaign 2016 election day results and complete coverage on air and online. With our full Election Day Eyewitness News team coverage, be sure to watch WPRI 12 & FOX Providence as well as here on WPRI.com, on the WPRI Eyewitness News mobile app, and follow along with us on Facebook and Twitter.

All day and after the polls close, the real-time Senate races, balance of power, as well as the outcomes of the races in your community can be found here on our local election results page.

Campaign 2016: Voters’ Guide

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Election Day is Nov. 8. But unless you’re a political insider rubbing shoulders with campaign staffers on Smith Hill, you might have a few questions before you head to the polls. Here are some answers, partly provided by the secretary of state’s office.

2016 Voter Handbook: RI » |2016 Voter Handbook: MA » | Ballot Questions » | Local Election Results »

Here are some more helpful links on WPRI.com:

CAMPAIGN 2016: Latest Headlines » | Be in the Know: Voter Resource Guide » | Fact Sheet: 2016 Ballot Questions » | Headlines: Ballot Questions » | Bookmark: Election Results » | Interactive: Road to 270 » | Interactive: Presidential Election History » | LIVE: CBS News Coverage » | Race for President: Campaign Cash & Spending » | Download WPRI App: For election alerts »

Local Races to Watch

In addition to the race for president, there are many races in RI that are being close watched before Nov. 8.

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Campaign 2016 Eyewitness News morning team coverage on November 9, starting live at 4:30 a.m. on WPRI 12.

Mayors in Warwick and Cranston have a leg up as Republican incumbents in their races, according to Eyewitness News Political Analyst Joe Fleming. He also stated that these cities won’t see much of an impact from master levers.

The Twin River Casino will also be on the ballot seeking local and state support. Read more »