Placer County GOP Endorsements 2022

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Republican Party endorsement

ROSEVILLE, CA – Here are the Placer County Republican Party endorsements for 2022.

For more information on California’s proposals, local polling procedures, location of dropboxes and local election information, please visit Placer County Elections.

Endorsements – 2022

Governor: Brian Dahley
Ruler: Angela Underwood Jacobs
Secretary of State: Rob Bernowski
Controller: Lanhee Chen
Treasurer: Jack Guerrero
Prosecutor: Nathan Hochman
Insurance Commissioner: Robert Hoyle
Equation Board: Ted Gaines
US Senate – Voting twice for full-term and part-term: Mark Musser
Congressional District 3: Kevin Kelly
State Senate District 4: “No Republican in the Race”
State Senate District 6: Roger Nilo
District 1: Megan Dahley
Gathering District 3: James Gallagher
Assembly District 5: Joe Patterson
General Instruction Supervisor: Lance Christensen
Placer County Supervisor District 2: Shanti Landon
Auburn Union School District, Board Member: Renee Dodd
Greg Holt
Jason Wedge
Center Consolidated Central School District, Board Member: Nancy Anderson
Howard Ballin
Colfax Elementary School District, Board Member: Jonathan Bryant
Jessica Lomen
Dry Creek Elementary Common School District, Board Member: Jason Walker
John Finsky
Jean Panione
Eureka Union School District, Board Member: Erin Grover
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Robert Jamieson
Loomis Union School District, Board Member TA 3: Darcie Stratton
Loomis Union School District, Board Member TA 4: Mendi Chadwick
Newcastle Primary School District, Board Member: Jacqueline Lustretto
Placer Hills Union School District, Board Member: Sadie Caldas
David McIntyre
Briana Spencer
Placer Union High School District, Board Member TA 1: Casey Jeffreys
Placer Union High School District, Board Member TA 2: Jessica Spaid
D1 Placer District Education Board: Sergey Terypkov
Placer County Board of Education D2 (two-year seat): Andrew Tagg
Rocklin Unified School District, Board Member: Tiffany Sathof
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Carrie Hamilton
Roseville City School District, Board Member: Kent Meyer
Alyssa Fong
Jonathan Zachrisson
Roseville Joint Union High School District TA 2: Pete Constant . Board Member
Board Member, Roseville Joint Union High School District TA 4: Marla Franz
Sierra Community College Common Area TA6: Caroline Bronson
Tahoe Truckee Unified School District, TA 1: Richard Luddick
Tahoe Truckee Unified School District, TA 5: Shannon Hansen
Western Placer School Board District, Board Member TA 2: April Nitus
Western Placer School Board District, Board Member TA 3: Marjorie Profitt
George Dijkstra
City of Colfax, City Councilor: Sean Lumen
Joseph Fatula
Lincoln City Council D2: Ben Brown
Loomis Township, City Council Member: Amanda Cortez
Stephanie Youngblood
City of Rocklin, City Councilman: Bill Haldane
City of Rocklin City Council Member for 2 years: Matthew Oliver
South Placer Municipal Facility, District 2 Manager: Jerry Simmons
South Placer Municipal Facility, District Manager Suite 3: Kristi Jewell
Ray Nevada, District 4 Division: Trevor Caulder
Suggestions (opposing all):
Prop 1- Viewer
Prop 26- Exhibitions
Prop 27- Viewer
Prop 28- Exhibitions
Prop 29- Viewer
Prop 30- Viewer
Prop 31- Viewer
Measures (opposing all):
B (Colfax) – I oppose
C (Roseville) – I oppose
G (Western Placer) – I oppose
E (Auburn Union School District) – Opposed
J (Twin Rivers School District) – Intercept
K (Twin Rivers Unified School District) – Intercept
F (Rocklin) – I oppose
judges:
California Chief Justice
Patricia Guerrero – VOTE NO
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
Goodwin Liu – VOTE NO
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
Martin J. Jenkins – VOTE NO
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
Joshua B. Groban – VOTE NO
Associate Judge, Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
Stacy Bulwer Airway – VOTE NO
Associate Judge, Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
Lori M. Earl – VOTE NO
Associate Judge, Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
Harry Hull – Yes sound
Associate Judge, Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
Peter Krause – Vote NO!

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