General Election 2019: How to follow the local results across Notts TV

It’s one of the most controversial and fiercely-fought elections for decades  – and Nottinghamshire is on the front line as the parties battle for votes in General Election 2019.

There are several constituencies in the city and county being targeted as swing seats which could decide the final result, expected to be revealed in the early hours of Friday (December 13).

You can keep up to date with all the developments locally with Notts TV.

In the build-up every constituency is being profiled, and there are also special General Election Hustings programmes being aired from 11pm Monday, December 9.

Organised by the Nottingham Post and Nottinghamshire Live, the recorded debates were held at the Centre for Broadcasting and Journalism at Nottingham Trent University – where staff and students brought them to audiences through Facebook Live last week.

Starting with Ashfield at 11pm on December 9, the hustings show how candidates from four key seats set out their stalls during the events – on national issues like Brexit and the environment, plus local ones from transport to creating jobs.

Polling stations across Notts are open from 7am to 10pm on Thursday.

More broadcasts of the NTU/Nottinghamshire Live hustings will follow with Mansfield’s appearing at 11pm on Tuesday, December 10 and Nottingham East’s showing on Wednesday, December 11, also at 11pm.

Then, as the votes are cast and then counted when polls close at 10pm on Thursday evening, we’ll have Notts TV reporters covering every single Nottinghamshire constituency, bringing you the results as they happen in our live blog, with pictures and video also on our Twitter feed and Facebook page.

Then on results night we’re going LIVE on Friday (December 13) from our city centre studio, when our special election reaction programme begins at 5.30pm, for two hours.

So follow us online, on social media and on Freeview channel 7, Vrigin 159, and free TV Player as history is made in the city and county.

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