Who is in the lead? Here are the easiest ways to track 2016 election in real time

Voters across the nation are eagerly waiting to hear if their candidate will become the next president of the United States. Millions of Americans are casting their vote on Election Day, but when will they know who is leading one of the most controversial campaigns in U.S. history?

The first polls officially close at 6 p.m. Eastern in most of Indiana and the eastern half of Kentucky.

Here's where you can tune in to watch the results come in live:

Votecastr is teaming up with Slate and Vice to provide live results. You can also follow FiveThirtyEight's live blog on election analysis as the ballots come in.

Several news sites are providing up-to-the-minute coverage, including CNN and Politico.

And, of course, follow Mic for ongoing coverage of election results throughout the night.