At what time do the polls close?

At what time do the polls close?

6 o'clock, E.T.



Most of Indiana ▪ The eastern half of Kentucky

What can be seen? Keep an eye out for the most watched race in Kentucky: the Sixth Congressional District, where Amy McGrath, a former Marine, is trying to sack a male Republican incumbent. This race will probably take a first look at whether the so-called blue wave is racing. The biggest prize in Indiana is the Senate race, in which the Democrat Joe Donnelly tries to hold his place.

7 pm, E.T.



Georgia ▪ The majority of Florida ▪ New Hampshire ▪ The rest of Indiana ▪ West Kentucky ▪ South Carolina ▪ Vermont ▪ Virginia

What can be seen? Critical contests to be closed at this hour include a hotly-contested governor between Stacey Abrams and Brian Kemp in Georgia, as well as races for a governor and seat in the US Senate in Florida. With the focus on the Fifth, Seventh and Tenth Congressional Districts in Virginia, the Democrats hope that the state puts them into a dream scenario in which the control of the house is practically fixed before 20.00. East

19:30, E.T.



Ohio ▪ North Carolina ▪ West Virginia

What can be seen? In Ohio, the 12th congressional district is still the Democrats' best hope for picking up the house in the state. There are several swing districts in North Carolina. In West Virginia, Senator Joe Manchin, once regarded as a vulnerable incumbent, is now a leader, especially after becoming the sole Democrat supporting Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh.

8 pm, E.T.



Alabama – Connecticut – Delaware – District of Columbia – Florida – Panhandle – Illinois – largest part of Kansas – Maine – Maryland – Massachusetts – largest part of Michigan – Mississippi – Missouri – New Jersey – Oklahoma – Pennsylvania – Rhode Island – eastern half of South Dakota – Tennessee ▪ Most of Texas

What can be seen? At that time, voters in more than half of the states voted and polls closed in a series of high-profile races. One of the most talked-about races in the country – and one of the most expensive – is the Texas Senate race between Democratic candidate Beto O'Rourke and Republican Ted Cruz.

In Tennessee, Taylor Swift's approval to two Democrats has given a house and Senate race there fuss. In Missouri, Senator Claire McCaskill, a Democrat, faces one of the nation's toughest reelection elections.

In deep blue New Jersey, Bob Menendez, the Democratic incumbent, finds himself in an unexpectedly close race, fueled in part by ethical issues. There are also critical house races in New Jersey, including the Republican-held Seventh Congressional District, one of the Democratic main goals.

8:30 pm, E.T.



Arkansas

What can be seen? The only non-competitive district is the second district of Arkansas, which was recently on the news for a controversial ad supporting French Hill, the Republican incumbent. Mr. Hill is preferred to win.

9 o'clock, E.T.



Rest of Kansas ▪ Louisiana ▪ Rest of Michigan ▪ Minnesota ▪ Nebraska ▪ New Mexico ▪ New York ▪ West half of South Dakota ▪ Rest of Texas ▪ Wisconsin ▪ Wyoming

What can be seen? The almost purely female ticket from Michigan is led by Gretchen Whitmer, Democratic Governor candidate. Mrs. Whitmer is one of the Democrats' best hopes of winning the seat of a governor in a state that Mr. Trump won in 2016.

In Wisconsin, all eyes are on Scott Walker, who, after years of invincibility, faces his worst reelection. Democrats are also hoping for a symbolic victory on the pitch, released by retired house speaker Paul Ryan.

In Minnesota, the First Congressional District is considered the Republicans' best chance to drop a seated Democrat. The Republicans are also keeping an eye out for the Attorney General, where allegations of domestic violence against Keith Ellison, the Democrat, have created an opening for his opponent.

10 o'clock, E.T.



Arizona ▪ Colorado ▪ Southern half of Idaho ▪ Montana ▪ Nevada ▪ The majority of North Dakota ▪ Southeast corner of Oregon

What can be seen? Three major Senate races dominate this western state collection: two women fighting for Jeff Flake's vacant Arizona seat; Senator Dean Heller, a Republican, faces a tough re-election in Nevada; and Senator Heidi Heitkamp is considered the most vulnerable Democrat.

Expect the results of these races. The fate of the house can decide at this time of the night.

11 o'clock, E.T.



California ▪ Northern part of Idaho ▪ Iowa ▪ Rest of Oregon ▪ Utah ▪ Rest of North Dakota ▪ Washington

What can be seen? When control of the house comes to California, you can sleep as well. The notoriously slow-paced state has several wings and allows mail-in votes until election day. If the races are close together, this could lead to high drama.

The best hope for Democrats in Washington is the open seat in the 8th congressional district, which traverses the Cascade Mountains east of Seattle.

Democrats are also watching the Iowa Fourth Congressional District, where Representative Steve King has repeatedly ousted Feathers by supporting white nationalists and neo-Nazi sympathizers on Twitter.

Midnight, E.T.



Most of Alaska ▪ Hawaii

What can be seen? The ruling Alaska Governor's race became surprisingly competitive after Bill Walker, the independent incumbent, resigned and approved the Democrat, Senator Mark Begich. The race was a close three-way battle, but now that it's only Democrat against Republicans, the seat is open.

1 o'clock, E.T.



Rest of Alaska

What can be seen? The vote was completed in all states.

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