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Upcoming Election and Candidates

The City of Roseville will hold an election on November 3, 2020.  At this election, City of Roseville voters will elect three City Council members, one each from Districts 1, 3, and 5. 

Voters can vote for one of the qualified candidates in their district.

District One

Address

Campaign Website

LaMills Garrett

3013 Nelson Drive Roseville 95661

www.GarrettforRoseville.com

Tracy Mendonsa

1506 Bluestone Court Roseville 95661

www.TracyMendonsa.com

 


District Three

Address

Campaign Website

Bruce Houdesheldt

509 Silverhorn Drive Roseville 95678

www.justbruce.net

 

Neil Pople

121 Talmont Circle Roseville 95678

www.neilpople.com

 

Geoff Sakala

608 Spaulding Drive Roseville 95678

www.geoffsakala2020.com

 


District Five

Address

Campaign Website

Scott Alvord

141 Bogart Court Roseville 95747

www.talktoscott.org

 

Gary Johnson

2209 Benton Loop Roseville 95747

www.garyforrosevilledistrict5.com

 

 

Voter Registration

October 19, 2020 is the last day to register to vote in the November 3, 2020 election. A person, 18 years of age or older and not imprisoned or on parole for the conviction of a felony, may register to vote at any time; however, registration for a specific election closes 15 days prior to that election. Registration is permanent, and a new affidavit of registration is necessary if you have changed your name, address, or wish to change your political party affiliation. Voter registration forms are available at:

  • Roseville Civic Center, 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678 –  916-774-5200
  • Placer County Registrar of Voters, 2956 Richardson Drive, Auburn, CA 95603 – 530-886-5650
  • California Secretary of State web site at registertovote.ca.gov.

Measures on the Ballot

In 2019, the City of Roseville approved a resolution establishing a nine-member Charter Review Commission to the review the charter in order to make recommendations to the City Council on proposed amendments for placement on the November 3, 2020 General Municipal ballot. Over a 13-month period, the Charter Review Commission reviewed the charter to determine whether the document will adequately serve the community over the upcoming 10 years. You can watch the meetings of the Charter Review Commission here.

The following ballot measures were approved for placement on the ballot by the Roseville City Council. The city developed and mailed a resource guide to all homes in Roseville with a brief description of each measure. Download the resource guide here.  The complete language, impartial analysis and submitted arguments for and against each measure are below. 

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