Here’s what you need to know for election night

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Good news first: We’re almost done with this thing.

After more than a year of campaigning, speeches, debates and ads, Americans will head to the polls Tuesday.

When the full results will be known is still up in the air.

Election 2020: Meet the candidates for Missouri governor

A significant increase in mail-in voting is expected to delay the release of complete results in key states, raising the possibility you may not know who’s won the White House on Tuesday night.

Here’s what you need to know to navigate it all.

Show-Me results

First, a little reassurance: You’ll probably know the winners of races in Missouri on Tuesday as usual.

That’s the way it worked during the primary in August, and Maura Browning, a spokesman for the Secretary of State’s office, said she doesn’t expect any different Tuesday.

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