by Eva Alberti, Anna Lesnevskaya, Carlo Marsili and Federico Thoman

On November 6, 2012, the next President of the United States of America will be elected. During the election night the whole world will be keeping a close eye on the event that will shape not only America’s future but also global politics. As the 2012 US Presidential Election Night unfolds, the Walter Tobagi Graduate School of Journalism (University of Milan) will be at the hub of events to inform and update you on the latest news, providing in-depth coverage.

Our team will report live from the Election Night Event hosted by the Consulate General of the United States in Milan and by Easy Milano magazine at the Society of Fine Arts and Permanent Esposition, Via Turati 34, Milan, from 9 pm to 6 am. As the local American community, together with the international guests, gather to share in the Election Night, you could follow us live from 12 pm to 2 am at a TV studio located in the very heart of the Election Night Party. Our reporters will discuss and comment on the 2012 US Presidential Elections, providing the essentials on the Democratic and Republican candidates and their positions on the key issues, as well as examining the 2012 Presidential Campaign and taking a close look at its curiosities. Our correspondents will also interview important guest and experts and bring you the latest results, as they are tabulated throughout the night.

Get more on the official website of the Walter Tobagi School online publication La Sestina, where a live blog powered by ScribbleLive will be updated by our team all night long, bringing you the latest news on the US Presidential Elections from major international media, as well as from the Election Night Event in Milan.

And last but not least, follow us on Twitter (the official hashtag is #USPresMi) to get a sense of what the atmosphere is like at the Permanente Museum and to have a glimpse of photos and comments from our team reporting on the ground.