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Inside CBS News as Scott Pelley, Gayle King, Charlie Rose and more prepare for election night

CBS 2016 election rehearsal with, from left, Bob Schieffer, Gayle King, Scott Pelley, Norah O'Donnell and John Dickerson. (John Paul Filo / CBS)
CBS 2016 election rehearsal with, from left, Bob Schieffer, Gayle King, Scott Pelley, Norah O'Donnell and John Dickerson. (John Paul Filo / CBS)

The CBS News executives kept referring to it as a “Thanksgiving dinner table” on Monday, but there was no turkey or stuffing on the round, clear Lucite surface dominating the studio on Manhattan’s far West Side. 

But extra leaves had been added to ensure enough room for the network’s top anchors to take seats Tuesday for what is expected to be an election night for the ages.

Even though it was merely a rehearsal, the “CBS This Morning” studio already radiated the energy that flows through a news operation when the votes have finally been counted after a long and contentious campaign. The network’s team prepared for its coverage, which starts at 3:30 p.m. PST Tuesday -- by using randomly generated (but not actual or projected) results on the votes for presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

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