The Tracy Press will offer voters up-to-the-minute election returns and live analysis of the results Tuesday night with a live broadcast featuring Executive Editor Michael Ellis Langley and former Mayor Brent Ives.

Langley and Ives will co-host the Tracy Press Election 2018 live event after polls close at 8 p.m. The show will be broadcast live on the Tracy Press Facebook,

The broadcast will feature returns reported by the California secretary of state and San Joaquin County registrar of voters as they come in, reactions from candidates, and analysis of the local candidates and issues that voters will consider.

“We have expanded our Facebook Live election coverage this year to better serve our community,” Langley said. “Brent’s decades of experience as a councilman, mayor, businessman and citizen of our town will give viewers a unique insight into the issues we face in the months and years to come. His knowledge of Tracy’s inner workings and expert opinion are unparalleled, and we are grateful that he will share his expertise with everyone.”

The show will start after polls close when the first returns are reported by election officials. Viewers can ask questions in Facebook comments on the stream.

“This broadcast is entirely about Tracy and Tracy residents,” Langley said. “You won’t have to wait, watching hours of Sacramento television reports about communities in 15 other counties, for Tracy results to fly past at the bottom of the screen.”

Langley can be reached at or 830-4231.

Contact the Tracy Press at or 835-3030.

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