From the first vote to the last ballot cast, we'll track Election Day from state to state. A special election edition of "FOX & Friends" starts 5 a.m. ET.

Here's what is on tap for Election Day:

'FOX & Friends First'
Special time: 5 a.m. ET

Which way will the undecided voters break? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Pete Snyder, Republican strategist, and Morris Reid, Democratic strategist.

Plus, from the popular vote to the Electoral College, we'll break down the possible election scenarios with Stephen Marmon, op-ed columnist for The New York Times.

The race is tight and both candidates are making a last-ditch effort to pick up some undecided voters. Is there any chance for President Bush or John Kerry pull ahead this late in the game? Kellyanne Conway, Republican pollster, and Ellis Henican, New York Newsday columnist, join the debate.

And, could New Jersey play a surprise outcome in the election? We'll ask independent pollster David Johnson, CEO and co-founder of Strategic Vision, LLC.

'FOX & Friends'
Starts at 7 a.m. ET

Ohio has already seen its share of controversy during this year's election. We'll get some perspective from Ohio Governor Bob Taft.

President Bush and John Kerry are still looking for last minute votes. We'll get an update on campaign strategy from Ed Gillespie, RNC chairman, and Terry McAuliffe, DNC chairman.

Florida was the focal point of the last presidential election and it's still very much at the center of this tight race. We'll get perspective on the voting in the Sunshine State from Florida Senator Bill Nelson.

Plus, who will the new president be? We'll get predictions from "The Beltway Boys" Fred Barnes and Mort Kondracke.

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