The Montana Standard will offer up-to-the-minute election news and results Tuesday in various ways — print, online, tablet, mobile and social media.
The Standard is publishing results as they are available for local, state and national races throughout election night on mtstandard.com and through several other digital delivery methods. A complete wrap-up will appear in the keepsake print edition published Wednesday.
Here’s a rundown on the digital offerings:
• mtstandard.com – The website will be constantly updated with stories, results and photos as election night progresses. Watch for breaking news updates as races are decided. A special section on the site, “Elect Montana,” is dedicated to election news and may be found at mtstandard.com/election2012.
• Mobile – Visit mtstandard.com from your mobile device. The site includes the same great coverage you’ll find on the full site, tailored to fit the size of your mobile device.
• iPhone app – Download the free iPhone app from the Apple app store and get up-to-the minute updates.
• Live blogging – Montana Lee Newspapers has joined forces to provide live blogging throughout election night. Reporters are providing updates from the field. You can join the conversation by clicking the live event link on the Elect Montana section of the Standard at mtstandard.com/election2012.
• Facebook – Like the Standard’s Facebook page at facebook.com/MontanaStandard and the statewide Elect Montana Facebook page at facebook.com/ElectMontana. We’ll update the pages constantly until the last vote is counted.
• Twitter – Follow the Standard on twitter.com/mtstandard. A feed of tweets from Standard reporters also streams on the home page in the special Twitter box.
• Text alerts – Sign up to receive free breaking news text alerts at mtstandard.com/digital. The Standard will alert you when a major race is decided.
• Email – Sign up for free daily email headline alerts at mtstandard.com/digital. A wrap-up of election coverage will deliver via email at 6 a.m. on Wednesday. It’s a great way to get all the top headlines each morning even after the election is over.