Primary season continues tomorrow as voters in Maryland, Wisconsin and Washington, DC head to the polls. Here’s what the cable networks have planned for tomorrow night:
- On Fox News, Bret Baier will anchor a live “Special Report” at 11pmET. Baier will also anchor live cut-ins throughout FNC’s usual primetime programming. Rick Folbaum will host live coverage steaming on FoxNews.com beginning at 8pmET. On FBN, Neil Cavuto will also be live beginning at 8pmET.
- MSNBC will cover results within normal primetime programming, with plans to stay live until all the primaries have been called.
- Candy Crowley, Joe Johns and Tom Foreman will provide ongoing updates on CNN during the normal primetime lineup.
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