For the best and most complete Election Day news coverage, look no further than The Bakersfield Californian and bakersfield.com.
Our live-streamed, night-long webcast on bakersfield.com, “Election 2016,” will tell you everything you need to know about what’s happening across the country — including the presidential race, the U.S. Senate’s balance of power and Californians’ verdicts on the 17 ballot propositions.
“Election 2016” will include interviews with local pundits, candidates and journalists, including our Zach Ewing, Robert Price and Richard Beene.
Reporters at The Californian will be working around the clock to provide news coverage on all major local races, including the race for Bakersfield’s mayor, three hot council races and a slew of significant school bond measures. Stories on our website can be found in print the next day, where we’ll list the likely (and unlikely) winners and losers of each race.
Be sure to check The Bakersfield Californian’s Facebook page throughout the evening for election highlights. You can also follow The Californian on Twitter at @Bakersfieldcali.
The Californian’s Election 2016 coverage begins at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 8, on bakersfield.com.
Charmaine Cleveland is The Californian’s digital news assistant.