Nevada voters will cast their ballots for the 2012 GOP caucus tonight, with day-long voting for registered Republicans in the Silver State. Results are expected at some time after 8:00 p.m. EST.

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, Texas Rep. Ron Paul and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum are the only four candidates left after one caucus and three primaries so far.

Romney is favored to win the Nevada caucus, with Paul poised for a possible surprise win over Gingrich for second place. Rick Santorum is expected to finish last in the state, with single-digit returns.

For those who want to track each candidates' progress in Nevada, however, have no fear: CNN is live-streaming up-to-date results and reactions to tonight's caucus.

Other political news organizations and blogs began posting up-to-date live blogs before the polls closed.

Below, find out where to watch live-streamed results and reactions on the ground in Nevada, and how to get live updates on everything about the caucuses.

Where Can I Watch The Nevada Caucus Results Live?

CNN is hosting breaking news coverage of the 2012 Nevada presidential caucuses tonight. The site's coverage is expected to begin around 7:00 p.m. EST, but it has not yet been able to confirm a set start time. Check in on the live-stream here for full coverage.

Where Can I Get Live Updates?

Numerous political blogs and news sites are posting live updates of the Nevada 2012 caucus polls and aggregating reports from the Silver State in anticipation of the final results. Politico and The Huffington Post are two of them to check out.

What Do The Exit Polls Say So Far?

CBS is compiling exit polls for Nevada, and it should release them later this evening. Check out its political news site here for further updates.