Your Voice, Your Vote: Watch newsnet5.com's election webcast

CLEVELAND - NewsChannel5 and newsnet5.com want to keep you informed on the latest happenings in the local and national elections.

Starting Monday, you can watch our special election countdown shows online, on mobile and on your tablet beginning at 8 p.m. each night (except Saturday) leading up to election night.

We invite you to interact with us through the website and through social media for "Your Voice, Your Vote." Send us your questions or comments through Facebook at http://facebook.com/WEWS5 or on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/wewspolitics.

NewsChannel5 reporters John Kosich and Michael Baldwin will host the shows and will include special guests: Dr. Tom Sutton, Chair, Political Science Department at Baldwin Wallace University; Peter Lawson Jones, WEWS Democratic Analyst; and Lee Weingart, WEWS Republican Analyst.

So how close is the presidential race? All eyes have been on northeast Ohio as President Barack Obama and Gov . Mitt Romney crisscross the Buckeye state. Our experts will break it down for you. They will also be keeping a close eye on Ohio's senate and congressional races and the Cleveland Municipal School District levy.

Make sure to join us online, or on your mobile device before going to the polls. You can download our news or tablet app by searching WEWS in iTunes or the Google Play store or text WEWS to 46988.

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