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How AP counts the vote and calls races

As votes in the U.S. midterm elections roll in across the country on Nov. 4, it's AP that will be counting the results through the evening. The news industry and the public turn to AP, a not-for-profit cooperative, to provide fast and reliable results on national, state and local races and key ballot measures. Here, Washington Bureau Chief Sally Buzbee, explains why AP plays such a critical role for both the public and the press.
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Coverage plans for midterm elections

With 36 states holding gubernatorial contests and control of the U.S. Senate in play, the stakes are high in midterm elections, when The Associated Press will be uniquely positioned to count the votes and report the results. No other national news organization can match AP’s footprint, on-the-ground knowledge or the deep expertise of our elections team in Washington. 
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Mobile reporting for video news

AP's Derl McCrudden, head of international video news, will moderate a discussion with industry leaders about mobile reporting tools at an event hosted by the Online News Association at AP’s London office on Thursday, Nov. 6.

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