United States Midterm Election
Nov. 6, 2018
Multiple Locations, USA
Nov. 5, 2018 to Nov. 7, 2018
Voters will head to the polls in the U.S. midterm elections on 6 November.
AP brings you a range of services tailored to your needs.Strong opinions for and against U.S. President Donald Trump will be on full display during the first Tuesday in November of this year, as voters head to the polls in the 2018 midterm elections.
Voting will take place in the middle of Trump’s first term.
His lawyer Rudy Giuliani said the November midterm elections will be about "impeachment or no impeachment". He said if Democrats hold the majority in the House, there won't be enough votes to prevent impeachment proceedings.
Single and multi-camera positions with live views overlooking the U.S. Capitol.
Single-camera position inside the Senate Russell building.
Single-camera 'street live' position in House Triangle at the U.S. Capitol, Cannon side.
Single-camera ‘street live’ weather-protected position on the White House North lawn (AP can assist you with U.S. Secret Service clearance).
Single and multi-camera weather-protected rooftop positions with live views of the White House.
Multi-camera studio with a variety of backgrounds.
Single-camera robotic studios with multiple background options of Washington's views.
Single-camera balcony position at the AP Bureau New York overlooking the Manhattan skyline and World Trade Center.
Single-camera position inside AP's New York Newsroom, also includes master control, and numerous video monitors. Broadcasters can customize with logos of their station.
Multi-camera studio with a variety of backgrounds and master control access.
Single-camera studio with various backgrounds, including live feeds of downtown Manhattan, Times Square and NYSE.
Single and dual-camera Chromakey studio, with a variety of backdrops of Los Angeles.
Depending on affiliate interest, AP will provide live positions in various contested states.
Single-camera live stand-up positions inside AP's Vote Tabulation Center.