"We will be knowing the election results tomorrow." means "We will in the process of being acquainted with the election results, which will come out one by one tomorrow."
Sometimes we use some state verbs in the continuous to talk about a short period of time.
I love/enjoy parties ---- PERMANENT STATE (simple tense)
I'm loving/enjoying this party ---- SHORT PERIOD (continuous)
Cas, thank you. Yes "getting" seems a better way to go.
Asad, I understand the logic, but in English some verbs are not
used in the present continuous form. Having learned this
(that they cannot be used
in this form), I saw it being used in that form in the newspaper
and had a doubt. As Cas suggested, using "getting" seems
to avoid this problem. Verbs such as "see", "hear", "smell",
"taste" are used in present simple and not present continuous.
The exception for "see" is - "I am seeing my doctor tomorrow",
where the meaning of "see" is "meet".