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Roseville and Rocklin Election Results





With 100% of precincts reporting, Placer County Election Officials have release the following semi-official vote counts for key Roseville and Rocklin match ups. 61% of registered voters cast their ballots in Placer County. For all Placer County results please visit the Placer County elections website.  For complete California election results click here.

CITY OF ROSEVILLE MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL
Total
Number of Precincts 77
Precincts Reporting 77 100.0 %
Vote For 3
Total Votes 84723

SCOTT ALVORD 12557 14.82%
PHIL OZENICK 14327 16.91%
JOHN SCHWARTZ 3518 4.15%
CAROL CHILTON GARCIA 17181 20.28%
BONNIE GORE 15876 18.74%
TRACY MENDONSA 4364 5.15%
PAULINE ROCCUCCI 16728 19.74%
Write-in Votes 172 0.20%

ROSEVILLE JOINT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT
Total
Number of Precincts 102
Precincts Reporting 102 100.0 %
Vote For 3
Total Votes 82466

RENE AGUILERA 20067 24.33%
PAIGE K. STAUSS 21000 25.47%
GARRY L. GENZLINGER 20027 24.29%
R. JAN PINNEY 21029 25.50%
Write-in Votes 343 0.42%

  

CITY OF ROCKLIN MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL
Total
Number of Precincts 37
Precincts Reporting 37 100.0 %
Vote For 3
Total Votes 40724

DAN DEFOE 6203 15.23%
JULIE MILLARD-STADEL 5324 13.07%
GEORGE A. MAGNUSON 6517 16.00%
GREG JANDA 8955 21.99%
JACK LENTO-EDRICH 843 2.07%
DAVE BUTLER 6452 15.84%
KEN BROADWAY 5480 13.46%
WIJAYA "VJ" PERERA 795 1.95%
Write-in Votes 155 0.38%

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