Placer County election results finalized

No big surprises in results for Roseville City Council, local school boards
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Placer County Office of Elections’ certified results for the Nov. 2 election didn’t produce any big surprises for local elections. The final election summary, released Nov. 18, shows Susan Rohan and Tim Herman securing the two open seats on the Roseville City Council, as semi-official results from election night indicated. Rohan earned 33.6 percent of the vote and Herman received 18.6 percent. Candidates Sam Cannon and David Larson finished close, with only 428 votes separating the two. Cannon ended up in third place with 14.6 percent of the vote. Larson had 13.8 percent. Tea Party candidate David Brown received 12.1 percent of the vote and Neil Pople, the youngest candidate, earned 7 percent. Final results showed, as expected from precincts reporting on election night, that incumbent Scott Huber and Linda Park won the two seats on the school board for the Roseville Joint Union High School District. The district includes schools in both Placer and Sacramento counties. Final results for both counties show Huber earning a total of 33.1 percent of the vote and Park receiving 29.4 percent. In the Roseville City School District, Hallie Romero won a seat on the board with 23.5 percent of the vote. Incumbent Rene Aguilera was re-elected with 21.7 percent of the vote and Brian Vlahos won the third seat with 21.1 percent. Eric Teed-Bose, Andy Sheehy and incumbent Jerri Davis won seats on the board for the Eureka Union School District, with schools in Roseville and Granite Bay. Teed-Bose earned 30.6 percent, Sheehy earned 25.6 percent and Davis earned 23.3 percent. Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District did not hold an election for the school board’s three open seats because only two candidates — incumbents Diane Howe and Tracy Pittman — registered. In October, the school board appointed Jeffrey Holland to fill the remaining vacancy. ~ Sena Christian