The US election, live online from er... London

Roll up for Operation Snark County

USA '08 It's a momentous day for America and the world as the next US President is finally chosen. And who better to whisper electiony nothings to you all night long (or all day, depending on your hemisphere) than a couple of Reg hacks, some hand-picked commentators and a gaggle of other chancers?

24 Hours in America will be reporting live from various secret locations in London from 1pm GMT, right through till 1pm tomorrow when we should all know whether Obama or McCain will be occupying the big chair. A crack team of satirical scribblers will be monitoring the internet, sifting out the worthy bits from the cacophony of opinion and adding lots more informed observation of their own.

Top thinkers and bottom feeders alike will be consulted as the polls rumble on - there will be video and audio correspondents reporting from Washington DC, San Francisco and Soho, updates every quarter of an hour, and most likely an awful lot of coffee. It's all suitably democratic and interactive, so if you've got something to weigh in with, you can fill your boots.

Sticking their noses in where they frankly don't belong and aren't wanted will be Brits Paul Carr, James Aylett and Sarah Bee in London, with legitimate voter and head US Vulture Cade Metz chipping in from SF and any number of analysts, pundits, voters and sundry other swine due to show up throughout the nail-biting decision period, adding and subtracting credibility in equal measure.

Get ye to 24hoursinamerica.com for the greatest, gravest and least scurrilous online election coverage bar none. Bar none. ®

Have a butcher's - sorry, a looksee - below for all the piping hot election coverage here on the Reg.

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