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America's Election Headquarters

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America's Election Headquarters
GenreTalk/News program/Election
Presented byWeekdays:
Shannon Bream
Election Night(s):
Megyn Kelly
Bret Baier
Bill Hemmer
Martha McCallum
Weekends Eric Shawn
Arthel Neville
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Production
Production locationsNew York City
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time60 minutes
Release
Original networkFox News Channel
Original releaseFebruary 25 (2008-02-25) –
November 5, 2008 (2008-11-05)
Chronology
Preceded byThe Big Story
The Real Story
Followed byAmerica's News Headquarters
External links
Website

America's Election Headquarters is a news program focusing on news concerning national elections and current affairs broadcast on the Fox News Channel that formerly appeared weekdays 5pm (and later 2pm) Eastern Time and various times in the weekends during election years.

During The Obama Era

2008 elections

America's Election Headquarters debuted during the 2008 United States election season. The show was originally hosted by Megyn Kelly and Bill Hemmer in its first run. On June 10, 2008, the show was replaced by a new series called Just In, starring conservative talk radio host Laura Ingraham. Ingraham's show was short-lived (whether or not this was by design has not been determined), and on July 7 America's Election Headquarters returned, hosted by E.D. Hill, who formerly hosted America's Pulse on FNC.

Since Hill's hosting stint, various Fox News personalities have served as hosts, including Hemmer and Kelly.

The weekday edition replaced The Big Story.

The title of the show is based on Fox News's slogan of "America's Election HQ", heavily used during the 2008 election season.

America's Election Headquarters was replaced after the Presidential Election on 5 November 2008 with America's News Headquarters. The program remains similar to America's Election HQ and it is on at the same time.

Later elections

In the later elections of 2010, 2012 and 2014, the name America's Election Headquarters has continued to be used for election analysis and results programming.

During The Trump Era

2016 elections

FOX News brought back the America's Election Headquarters brand for the 2016 elections. For the Iowa caucuses, the network built a set at the Embassy Suites, in Des Moines, Iowa, that was used across the network. Megyn Kelly and Bret Baier were primary anchors in Iowa. Starting in March 2016, America's Election Headquarters again replaced America's News Headquarters as Fox News' main weekend programming.

Since 2018 elections

After the release of Gretchen Carlson, FOX News brought the branding to the 2 PM (ET) hour with host Shannon Bream. Since Megyn Kelly left the newsroom of Fox News, Martha McCallum took the anchor desk as the successor for 2018 United States elections.

America's Election HQ was replaced in 2020 with Fox News Democracy 2020 during 2020 United States election.

External links


This page was last edited on 5 April 2021, at 23:36
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