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Craig Therkildsen, right, and his wife Polly talk with District Attorney Vern Pierson Tueseday night at the election party held at the Cameron Park Country Club. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins

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State Senate candidate Roger Niello talks with supporters Mathew Allen, left, from Roseville, and Jenny Radloff from Sacramento at the Sienna Restaurant in El Dorado Hills election night. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins
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raig Therkildsen, right, and his wife Polly talk with District Attorney Vern Pierson Tueseday night at the election party held at the Cameron Park Country Club. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins
John D'Agostini, center, talks with two of his supporters Louis Mansour, from El Dorado Hills, left, and supervisor Ray Nutting, right, at his election party Tuesday night in the Cosmic Cafe. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins
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
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