There is no shortage of television channels and websites to follow election results in real time, but that doesn't mean that all of them are equal. Partisans may be interested in following the results one way while non-partisans may will likely be interested in following the results in another, but everyone should want to make sure their coverage is from a reputable source regardless of political philosophy.
With that in mind, here are the best and worst television channels and websites to watch election coverage.
Best Non-political Television Channels and Websites
The Washington Post
The New York Times
The Wall Street Journal
Best Political (Perceived or Not) Television Channels and Websites
Worst Television Channels and Websites
Half of people would put Fox News on this list, while the other half would put CNN and/or MSNBC, but all three of those organizations, no matter their political leanings, employ reputable journalists and pundits.
The worst television channels and websites are those which espouse hate and fear and try to divide instead of inform. These publications don't deserve any free advertisements and won't get any here, but all you have to do to check if your source is reputable or not is just do a little digging.
One minute of research can go a long way in determining whether what you're following is a member of the "worst television channels and websites."