LIVE VIDEO: 2014 midterm elections coverage

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By PETER MARTINEZ

The midterm elections are in full swing as Americans cast their ballots Tuesday following a roller coaster cycle of politics. Voters are electing 36 senators, 435 members of the House of Representatives and 36 governorships.

The U.S. Senate is being closely watched as Republicans need to pick up six Senate seats and retain those they have to claim a victory in both chambers of Congress. This feat would pose a challenge to any policies President Obama outlines in his final two terms in office.

As results come in and the political picture takes form across the country, AOL has partnered with a handful of news sources for live video streams offering news and analysis.

Bookmark this page and choose your coverage below to watch the returns come in live.

HUFFPOST LIVE
6 p.m. to 12 a.m. ET
-- Anchored by Marc Lamont Hill, Alyona Minkovski and Howard Fineman, along with HuffPost's D.C. politics team. Special guests include former Senate Majority Leaders Tom Daschle and George Mitchell.

BLOOMBERG
5 p.m. to 12 a.m. ET
-- Anchored by journalist John Heilemann, political analyst Mark Halperin and columnist Al Hunt.

CNN
8 p.m. ET to 12 a.m. ET
-- Anchor Peter Hamby will break down the key races and what it means for American politics in a live version of his weekly Hambycast series. Also: Republican strategist Tim Miller, the Democratic National Committee's Lily Adams and Emily's List's Jess McIntosh.

FOX NEWS
9 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET
-- Join Fox News personalities Andrea Tantaros, Harris Faulkner, Lisa "Kennedy" Montgomery, Jesse Watters, Jedediah Bila, comedian Tom Shillue and others.

WALL STREET JOURNAL
9 p.m. to 12 a.m. ET -- Washington Bureau Chief Gerald F. Seib and WSJ anchor Sara Murray will co-host a special edition of "Capital Journal." Other guests include: 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.

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