After a month of battling through the cold, wet and dark, politicians will finally see if their efforts have paid off. But making it through election night is still quite the slog.
You’ll need to pace yourself if you want to be awake for the key moments, and be in any fit state to function as normal on results day.
So Sky News has rounded up a list of all the main timings of declarations and key results to look out for.
Thursday 12 December
Election fever reaches its peak as campaigners rush to get those last-minute voters to the polling station.
So tune in to Sky News’ election live programme, presented by Dermot Murnaghan with John Bercow, the former House of Commons Speaker, as a guest.
Voting ends and Sky News, along with the BBC and ITV News, releases the exit poll – conducted by Ipsos Mori – revealing the projected result based on surveys with people after they have voted.
Depending on how well or poorly their side has done, party spokespeople will engage in the inevitable expectation management and/ or discrediting of the poll’s result.
The first results of the night – exciting!
Friday 13 December
A small trickle of results should then follow.
This is the start of a two-hour window where we’re going to get flooded results – in 2017 62% of all declarations came between 2am and 4am.
Counts continuing past 5am are likely to be extremely rural or extremely close – we could get some recount results coming in around then.
Tune in for a special Kay Burley @ Breakfast special and the final big batch of results.
We’ll bring you All Out Politics with Adam Boutlon, along with the last few remaining declarations.