Live Election Night Coverage by Channel 17

November 04, 2016


Beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 8th, Vermonters interested the outcome of this year’s local, state and national elections can tune in to Channel 17/Town Meeting Television’s “Local Votes 2016” program airing live on Comcast and BT Channel 17 and 317. Special coverage will also be streamed live on www.CH17.TV.

Channel 17’s live and comprehensive, local election coverage features exit poll interviews, up-to-the-minute results for Chittenden County House and Senate races, Burlington ballot questions, statewide tallies, and live reports from Vermont Democratic and Republican Election Night celebrations.

Hosted by longtime political journalist Kevin J. Kelley and community development consultant Diane Meyerhoff, Channel 17’s election night coverage includes commentary by local press and pundits Morgan True (, Kevin Ellis, and Brady Toensing, special reports on ballot and budget items, and live coverage of statewide candidate speeches.

The “Local Votes 2016” Election Results program is part of Channel 17/Town Meeting Television's continuing local coverage of Vermont's General Election 2016. Voters in Burlington, Colchester, Essex Junction/Town, South Burlington, Williston, and Winooski, can learn more about their local candidates and ballot items before heading to the polls by watching Channel 17/Town Meeting TV General Election Forums. Full program lineup and links here.

Most polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Vote, and then watch the results roll in -- on TV or online -- starting at 7.30 p.m. on Election Night.

More information about Channel 17/Town Meeting Television is available at www.CH17.TV.


Channel 17/Town Meeting TV provides government access and public affairs programming to the Comcast cable subscribers of Colchester, South Burlington, Burlington, Essex Town, Essex Junction, Winooski, Williston and St. George as well as to the subscribers of Burlington Telecom cable. Channel 17’s mission is to make government more accessible and accountable to Chittenden County residents and to provide citizens with a direct link to public policy makers.


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