|

UPDATED 9 a.m., Nov. 5: Semi-official elections results

Ivoted

The El Dorado County Elections Department reports the following results:

El Dorado County Sheriff:

  • John D’Agostini — 51.4 percent (28,489 votes)
  • Craig Therkildsen — 48.31 percent (26,778 votes)

El Dorado Hills Fire Board of Directors (3 open seats)

  • Barbara Winn — 29.76 percent (5,754 votes)
  • Greg Durante — 27.93 percent (5,400 votes)
  • Lou Barber — 25.02 percent (4,840 votes)
  • Lew Meltz — 16.97 percent (3,281 votes)

26 out of 26 precincts reporting; 19,336 votes cast


El Dorado Hills Community Services District Board of Directors (3 open seats):

  • Tony Rogozinski — 19.56 percent (4,633 votes)
  • Wayne Lowery — 19.38 percent (4,592 votes)
  • Chuck Hammond — 16.12 percent (3,818 votes)
  • Bill Vandegrift — 15.95 percent (3,778 votes)
  • Justin Masters — 14.41 percent (3,414 votes)
  • Dave Keneller — 13.03 percent (3,086 votes)
  • Laura Maslov (write-in) — 60 votes
  • Aaron Crews (write-in) — 52 votes

24 out of 24 precincts reporting; 23,692 votes cast


Cameron Park Community Services District Board of Directors (3 open seats):

  • Scott McNeil — 30.19 percent (3,228 votes)
  • Shiva Frentzen — 27.92 percent (2,986 votes
  • Greg Stanton — 19.21 percent (2,054 votes)
  • Barbara Rogers — 13.06 percent (1,397 votes)
  • Dale Gerger — 9.16 percent (979 votes)

15 out of 15 precincts reporting; 10,693 votes cast

Some mail-in and provisional ballots have yet to be counted, according to Elections Systems Coordinator Joe Zitzelberger. The target for completing the mail-in ballot count is late this week, possibly Saturday. Officials hope to have all election results certified shortly after. Villagelife.com will report the final results when they become available.

BROTHERLY SUPPORT — Steve Miklos stopped by Wine Styles to give brother Bill a pat on the shoulder as the election night returns showed Steve Miklos as the lead vote-getter for the Folsom City Council. Steve starts his fifth term. Brother Bill Miklos came in fourth in his first attempt to gain a seat on the Folsom Cordova Unified School District Board of Trustees. Voters in the school district returned incumbents Richard Shaw and Ed Short and gave the open seat to Rancho Cordova resident Zak Ford. Photo by Roberta Long

Sacramento County Elections reports the following results:

Folsom City Council (3 open seats):

  • Steve Miklos — 22 percent (8,269 votes)
  • Andy Morin — 20 percent (

    7,508 votes)

  • Kerri Howell — 19 percent (7,244 votes)
  • Mike Kozlowski — 16 percent (5,838 votes)
  • Alexander Munoz — 8 percent (3,110 votes)
  • Lindsey Woodward — 8 percent (3,034 votes)
  • Jaya Badiga — 6 percent (2,328 votes)

Mail-in votes are not counted on election night. Sacramento County Elections Department has 28 days to complete the canvas. When all votes are counted, they will be sent to the California Secretary of State Office to be certified.


The California Secretary of State’s office reports the following results:

State Assembly District 10:

  • Alyson Huber — 51 percent (60,053 votes)
  • Jack Sieglock — 43.5 percent (51,235 votes)
  • Janice Bonser — 3.4 percent (4,017 votes)
  • Albert Troyer — 2.1 percent (2,505 votes)

424 out of 424 precincts reporting

State Assembly District 4:

  • Ted Gaines — 58.5 percent (82,926 votes)
  • Dennis Campanale — 37 percent (52,505 votes)
  • Daniel Frederick — 4.5 percent (6,440 votes)

500 out of 500 precincts reporting

State Senate District 1 (special election):

  • Ted Gaines — 32.3 percent (88,306 votes)
  • Ken Cooley — 30.5 percent (83,281 votes)
  • Roger Niello — 24.3 percent (66,459 votes)
  • Barbara Alby — 12.9 percent (35,408 votes)

A runoff between Cooley (the only Democrat) and Gaines will occur in January 2011. A special election will later be held to fill Gaines’ Assembly seat if he wins the Senate seat. 996 out of 996 precincts reporting


Short URL: http://www.villagelife.com/?p=771

This story falls on page ""
Posted by on Nov 4 2010.
Last Login: Mon Sep 29 02:36:27 2014
Filed under Cameron Park Life, News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

Leave a Reply

Recently Commented

  • Teacup-Pig-Farm: Hello! I could have sworn I’ve been to this blog beffore but after browsing through a few of...
  • Flydeluxe: I still remember former county supervisor Sam Bradley who wanted 5 acre parcels telling me how the...
  • M.D.: People should support this county wide and as confirmed by the election of Frenzen who is a slow growth...
  • Concerned Citizen: Sounds like this editorial was written by the Chamber of Commerce and/or Parker Development.
  • Citizen for a more responsible EDHFD: The EDH FD continues to dupe EDH citizens out of our tax dollars with their...