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Vincent Reinhart, Morgan Stanley chief economist, and Jeremy Siegel, Wharton School finance professor, discuss whether President Obama will increase the tax rate and reach a compromise with Republicans.
CNBC's Kelly Evans reports from London, where many are awaiting the results of the U.S. Presidential race.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports from Chicago where the doors will open soon for 10,000 President Obama supporters at the McCormick Place; and Hampton Pearson reports the mood from the Romney camp in Boston.
Polls close across the states. Keith Boykin Democratic Strategist; James Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute; Jared Bernstein, former economic advisor to VP Biden; and Carly Fiorina, former Hewlett-Packard CEO, weigh in.
Some expect that a larger turnout would benefit President Obama, reports CNBC's John Harwood; the polls in Ohio are about to close, with Scott Cohn; and 32 percent of Virginia voters think the economy is "excellent or good."
CNBC's Eamon Javers is watching the balance of power in Congress; and Mad Money host Jim Cramer offers investment strategies based on tonight's winning candidate.
CNBC's John Harwood is tallying electoral votes; CNBC's Diana Olick reports from Virginia, saying both candidates had over 90 appearances in the state this year; and the "Your Money, Your Vote" crew discuss. Haley Barbour, Former Mississippi Governor, weighs in.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan breaks down the details of the most mentioned candidates on social media.
Discussing the recovery efforts from Hurricane Sandy, and the presidential election, with NBC's Brian Thompson and former Republican Governor of New Jersey Christine Todd Whitman.
Tracking the electoral votes, with CNBC's John Harwood; Jane Wells reports from Nevada, where Steve Wynn and Sheldon Adelson have been very public in supporting Mitt Romney; and Michelle Caruso-Cabrera says 60 percent of those surveyed by CNBC said the economy is the most important issue facing the country now.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera discusses whether Americans think the country is generally "going in the right direction, or seriously off track;" and Robert Wolf, Member of President Obama's Jobs Council and CEO of 32 Advisors, says "it's fair to say the country is relatively split."
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports President Obama spent part of election day in Chicago at a phone bank calling volunteers who have been working for him; CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports from Boston where Romney and his supporters are at the convention center; and Mad Money host Jim Cramer says "if you think Romney is going to win the election, the trade of the evening is to short General Motor, and long Ford."
The "Your Money, Your Vote" team discusses when the polls will be closing around the country and the role of voter turnout in the Presidential election.
James Rohr, PNC Financial Services Chairman & CEO, says whoever wins the Presidential election, both parties have to come together to avert the fiscal cliff.
Anyone in line by 7pm in Alexandria, Virginia, will have the chance to vote, with CNBC's Diana Olick and Brian Sullivan; and the "Your Money, Your Vote" team discuss which states are closing polling stations next.
CNBC's Eamon Javers breaks down the balance of power in Congress ahead of the election. Romney supporter Martin Feldstein, Harvard University Economics Professor and Emeritus of the National Bureau of Economic Research president, discusses his analysis on whether Romney, if elected, could pay for the tax cuts he promised.
Tens of millions of Americans have already cast their votes for the U.S. presidential candidate. CNBC's "Your Money, Your Vote" team discuss the presidential candidates' campaign efforts in the swing states, with Gov. Terry Branstad (R-Iowa).
CNBC's John Harwood has a breakdown of the electoral map leading into tonight's presidential election. And are Dems or Republicans better for the markets? The FMHR team discusses. Meanwhile Craig Johnson, Stifel Nicolaus, is looking for a big market move regardless of who wins the Oval Office.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss why the markets are climbing higher today.
Garth Friesen, Co-CIO of III Associates, explains why the election will be positive for stocks, and the best way to play long bonds.