Watch Election Night Live on your streaming device (and we're giving some away)

ICT editorial team

How do you watch Election Night if you don't live where FNX TV is available? One way is a streaming device

What are your plans for Election Night? Think watch party. After all, this year will be the first ever election night coverage by Indian Country Today, FNX / First Nations Experience and Native Voice One. There will be results and interviews from the more than one hundred candidates across Indian Country.

So how do you watch if you don't live where FNX TV is available? One way is attach a streaming device to your television. That takes a web signal and casts it directly to your screen.

To start the ball rolling, Indian Country Today is giving away 10 streaming devices.

Tell us about your political watch party and why the #NativeVote18 is important. Then post those thoughts to our pages, Indian Country Today's Facebook page, Instagram, or on our Twitter feed between 10/24 and 10/27 at 12 a.m. and the hashtag #NativeElectionNight

All posts must have both the#NativeElectionNightand #NativeVote18 hashtags.

We’ll pick the best responses based on your answers and mail out the devices the week of Oct. 29.

Be sure to tune into coverage starting at 6 p.m. PST on Nov. 6.

Read more about our historic coverage: Election night history: Reporting #NativeVote18 results from coast to coast.

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