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Kent general election: Around-the-clock coverage from KentOnline, KMTV and kmfm

As the votes are counted and results revealed tonight, we’ll be bringing you the most extensive and in-depth coverage ever.

KentOnline and KMTV will be providing round-the-clock updates - making sure you get the very latest developments.

We'll be bringing you the news throughout the night
We'll be bringing you the news throughout the night

Throughout tonight and Friday, more than 50 of our journalists will be working right across Kent.

We’ll be there at all 18 constituency counts as the all-important results are announced.

From this evening onwards KentOnline will provide rolling news and expert analysis on what’s happening here and across the UK.

An experienced team based in our Canterbury newsroom will keep you informed online throughout the night.

Broadcasting from its studio and from the Medway count, KMTV will be live with results, reaction and special guests.

From Dover to Dartford, Sevenoaks to Sittingbourne, our reporters will bring you exclusive updates and interviews.

The kmfm news team will be on air from early tomorrow morning with the very latest as people wake up.

And the Kent Politics Podcast will be available later in the day where our expert journalists aim to explain what happened where and why.

As the dust settles, KentOnline will continue to bring you reaction and developments throughout the weekend.

Then next week, don’t miss your usual KM newspaper title for further in-depth reporting.

People go to the polls on Thursday
People go to the polls on Thursday

For the very latest on the campaign, don’t forget to visit our special general election page.

The KM Media Group’s Matt Ramsden said: “We’re going to be bringing readers, viewers and listeners the most comprehensive election coverage the county has ever seen.

“From online to TV, radio to podcast, social media to newspapers, every count will be covered and every result revealed as they happen. There will be no better place to follow what’s happening in Kent.”

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