WATCH LIVE: WSJ election coverage

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Join us on WSJ.com for The Wall Street Journal's live coverage of the 2014 midterm elections, running from 9 p.m. EST to 11 p.m. EST Tuesday. Washington Bureau Chief Gerald F. Seib and WSJ Anchor Sara Murray will co-host a special edition of "Capital Journal," to bring you live election results and analysis of the season's most contentious races.

Don't miss our slate of special guests for the evening, including: Sen. Rob Portman (R., Ohio); Sen. Jerry Moran (R., Kansas); Mack McClarty, President Bill Clinton's former chief of staff; Jim Manley, Democratic strategist and former aide to Sen. Harry Reid; and Rock the Vote President Ashley Spillane.

Plus, we'll have WSJ reporters with live dispatches from key battleground states like Georgia, North Carolina and Colorado.

Can't wait til 9 p.m. for your politics fix? Washwire has got you covered. The WSJ Washington team will rev up the live blog starting at around 5 p.m. ET, led by WSJ politics reporter Michael Crittenden.

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