The Note: "Nancy, It's George Bush."

- Senior Political Correspondent Jake Tapper reporting from the key battleground state of Ohio where there are highly watched Senate and Gubernatorial contests and pivotal House races. Tapper will also be on "ABC News Ballot Watch" monitoring any voting discrepancies and irregularities should they occur.

- Good Morning America Weekend Co-Anchor Kate Snow reporting on what the 2006 mid-term results mean for the many potential candidates in the 2008 Presidential race.

- Senior White House Correspondent Martha Raddatz reporting from the White House.

- ABC News political commentator Cokie Roberts providing analysis and historical context.

- George Will, Donna Brazile and ABC News Political Director Mark Halperin providing analysis.

Terry Moran will anchor a special edition of "Nightline" at 11:35 PM ET and 2:35 AM ET. Charles Gibson and George Stephanopoulos will provide extensive election coverage during those "Nightline" broadcasts.

ABC News Now will produce continuous political news programming throughout Election Day beginning at Noon ET. ABC News Now will have live anchored primetime coverage of the races with analysis and special guests. Additionally, viewers will have the opportunity to participate in coverage through "Be Seen and Be Heard," which will feature viewers' comments and questions from around the country.

ABC News Now will also incorporate college and high school students' perspectives from across the country through their video cell phone, web cam, and camcorder questions and comments sent in to ABCNEWS.com. ABC stations will provide live reports of the presidential race in their district on ABC News Now.

ABCNEWS.com will provide up to the minute results when the polls close.

ABC News Radio will provide extensive coverage of the mid-term elections. ABC News Radio Correspondents will be following key races in Virginia and Ohio and from the ABC News decision desk. Analysis will be provided by ABC News Political Analyst Steve Roberts and ABC Radio Senior Analyst Fred Thompson.

The Note's Viewers' Guide:

(+ = open seat)

7:00 PM ET:

SENATE:

VIRGINIA: STATE EXIT POLL: YES

Sen. George Allen (R) vs. Jim Webb (D)

HOUSE:

INDIANA: STATE EXIT POLL: NO (Raw vote totals start to come in after 6:00 pm ET)

IN-02: Rep. Chris Chocola (R) vs. Joe Donnelly (D)

IN-08: Rep. John Hostettler (R) vs. Brad Ellsworth (D)

IN-09: Rep. Michael Sodrel (R) vs. Baron Hill (D)

KENTUCKY: STATE EXIT POLL: NO (Raw vote totals start to come in after 6:00 pm ET)

KY-02: Rep. Ron Lewis (R) vs. Mike Weaver (D)

KY-03: Rep. Anne Northup (R) vs. John Yarmuth (D)

KY-04: Rep. Geoff Davis (R) vs. Ken Lucas (D)

GEORGIA: STATE EXIT POLL: YES

GA-08: Mac Collins (R) vs. Rep. Jim Marshall (D)

GA-12: Max Burns (R) vs. Rep. John Barrow (D)

VIRGINIA: STATE EXIT POLL: YES

VA-02: Rep. Thelma Drake (R) vs. Phil Kellam (D)

7:30 PM ET:

SENATE:

OHIO: STATE EXIT POLL: YES

Sen. Mike DeWine (R) vs. Rep. Sherrod Brown (D)

HOUSE:

OHIO: STATE EXIT POLL: YES

OH-01: Rep. Steve Chabot (R) vs. John Cranley (D)

OH-02 Rep. Jean Schmidt (R) vs. Victoria Wulsin (D)

OH-15: Rep. Deborah Pryce (R) vs. Mary Jo Kilroy (D)

OH-18: Joy Padgett (R) vs. Zack Space (D) +

NORTH CAROLINA: STATE EXIT POLL: NO

NC-11: Rep. Charles Taylor (R) vs. Heath Shuler (D)

8:00 PM ET:

SENATE:

MISSOURI: STATE EXIT POLL: YES

Sen. Jim Talent (R) vs. Claire McCaskill (D)

TENNESSEE: STATE EXIT POLL: YES

Bob Corker (R) vs. Rep. Harold Ford, Jr. (D) +

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