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Preparation for voting was underway at the Pickaway County Board of Elections in Circleville, Ohio, on Monday.

Maddie McGarvey for The New York Times

And now we wait.

After 18 months of the most surreal, divisive, angry and psychologically exhausting presidential campaign in modern times, there’s nothing to do but sit in suspense on Election Day. For hour after hour.

Which is why The Run-Up is giving listeners a better way to pass the time: by answering the big remaining questions from you, our listeners, in a special call-in episode.

We summoned the Times political team to field your inquiries about the candidates, the issues, the polls and how we — and everyone else in the news media — will make the call on Tuesday night about who won.

And we answer a nagging question that we keep hearing: What exactly is the future of The Run-Up?

Joining us are Maggie Haberman, Amy Chozick, Jonathan Martin, Michael Grynbaum and Nate Cohn.

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