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How to Watch MSNBC’s 2020 Super Tuesday Coverage Live Online

MSNBC will have special coverage of the Super Tuesday vote in the Democratic presidential primary all night

With most of the field having cleared out ahead of Super Tuesday, the Democratic presidential primary is about to get really interesting as the residents of more than a dozen states will cast their votes. There’ll be no shortage of options if you wanna watch coverage of the results, with analysis and all that good stuff. Basically every network is going to have wall-to-wall special reports, and MSNBC is no exception.

During the day on Super Tuesday, March 3, you’ll be able to catch special coverage anchored by Katy Tur in California and Chris Jansing in Texas. The live MSNBC results coverage will then begin at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT, which is an hour before the first polls close. The results show will be hosted by Rachel Maddow, Nicolle Wallace and Brian Williams live from New York, with Steve Kornacki manning the results map., also known as the “Big Board.”

Other MSNBC hosts are expected to pop up here and there, including Chris Hayes, Lawrence O’Donnell and Joy Reid. The network announced last week that Chris Matthews would also appear, though it’s not known if that will still be the case after he delivered the surprise announcement that Monday’s episode of “Hardball” would be the last.

MSNBC’s coverage is all streamable right here on NBC.com and in the NBC app, but it won’t be free. To access a livestream, you’ll need a cable, satellite or other valid TV login in order to access the MSNBC feed.

Among those potential “other” TV logins are, of course, the various streaming TV services like Sling, Hulu and YouTube TV. All of those services carry MSNBC, and you can get a free trial for any of them that you’ve never used them before.

If you’re looking for a free option that you don’t need a TV login for, you can opt for NBC News instead, which will stream its Super Tuesday special on the NBC News Now platform free to anyone with an internet connection. PBS NewsHour will also have a free stream of its election coverage on YouTube. And you can catch all of CBS News’ coverage free on the CBSN streaming news service.