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Placer County Republican Party Announces Endorsements

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The Placer County Republican Party has announced the following endorsements in local races for the November 2014 election.

The selections were made during a Saturday convention of delegates at Del Oro High School in Loomis. The convention only considered endorsements in contested local races as state and federal endorsements were made by the Placer County Republican Central Committee earlier this year.

"These local offices are critical for Placer County residents," said Placer County Republican Party Chair Dennis Revell. "Government at the local level has a huge impact on local residents and we are pleased to offer these recommendations to voters."

In contested local races, the party convention endorsed:

Auburn City Council:
* Mayor Bridget Powers
* Councilmember Mike Holmes
* Matt Spokely

Lincoln City Council
* Mayor Gabriel Hydrick
* Councilmember Stan Nader

Loomis Town Council
* Councilmember Miguel Ucovich
* Councilmember Robert Black
* Brian Baker

Roseville City Council
* Mayor Susan Rohan

Roseville Joint Union High School District
Trustee Linda Park
* Trustee Scott Huber

Rocklin Unified School District 
* Trustee Todd Lowell
* Trustee Wendy Lang
* Susan Halldin

Auburn Union School District
o Michelle Sierra-Sammons

Loomis Union School District, Area 4
* Trustee Mike Edwards

Foresthill Fire Protection District
* Kevin Greene

Penryn Fire Protection District
* Cheryl Hotaling

Auburn Area Park and Recreation District
* Monique Margaux

For more information on the Placer Republican Party and information on the upcoming election, please visit

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