With these two endorsements, Bill now has the support of all five City Councilmembers for Roseville, the biggest city in the 6th District along with the political action committee of the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce.
“Bill Halldin has been very involved in our community. He is a dependable leader and a good listener,” Vice Mayor Rohan said. “He knows our communities and our conservative values. As a family man and a business owner he will be our voice in Sacramento, and he will help make critical reforms for our economy and our quality of life.”
“Bill Halldin is an approachable person with good experience working with people in his elected position,” Councilmember Roccucci said. “His strong work ethic and conservative values will be used to watch out for our businesses and residents against paying for unfunded mandates and unnecessary taxes. He will be there for our community.”
Assembly District 6 includes the Placer County communities of Rocklin, Roseville, Lincoln, Granite Bay, Loomis, Penryn, Sheridan and Newcastle as well as parts of Sacramento and El Dorado counties. District 6 is currently represented by Beth Gaines, who is not seeking re-election due to term limits.
Bill has operated his business, Halldin Public Relations, since 1999, growing it to employ eight people with annual revenue of more than $1 million. Bill was selected as Business Person of the Year by the Rocklin Chamber of Commerce in 2015 for his commitment to excellence and is a past recipient of William Jessup University’s Faith & Service Award.
Bill currently serves as a Trustee for Sierra College and on the board of a number of civic organizations, including Blue Line Arts, the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce, the Sacramento Region Feed My Starving Children MobilePack Steering Committee and the Sierra College Foundation. He is a past chairman of the Rocklin Area Chamber of Commerce and the William Jessup University Community Relations Council.
“I am honored to have the support of Vice Mayor Rohan and Councilmember Roccucci,” Halldin said. “They are both longtime, respected leaders in the community, well known for protecting the interests of taxpayers. I appreciate their confidence in me.”
Vice Mayor Rohan has served on the Council since 2010, serving as Mayor from 2012 to 2014. Before serving on the Council, she was a member of the Roseville Public Utilities Commission from 2007 to 2010.
Councilmember Roccucci has been a Registered Nurse for 40 years and is currently a nurse at Mercy San Juan Medical Center. She served as Mayor from 1989 to 1991 and from 2010 to 2012 and has served a total of 17 years on the City Council. She previously served three years as a Planning Commissioner and eight years as a Director of the Placer County Water Agency.
Bill and his wife, Susan, live in Rocklin and are the parents of two children, Kathryn, 18, a freshman at Wheaton College, and Michael, an 8th grade student at Spring View Middle School in Rocklin.
To learn more about Bill, please visit: www.BillHalldin.com.
Join Us for Grand Opening of Our Campaign Headquarters
Election Day is closer than you think! We need your help to ensure a victory in the June 7 primary.
Please join us at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 19, for a grand opening of our campaign headquarters! The headquarters is located at 9988 Niblick Drive, Suite 6 in Roseville (near the intersection of Foothills Blvd and Albertson’s Drive).
We also have updated our “Get Involved” site. Please sign up — or update your sign up — to volunteer, endorse Bill, donate or host an event. We are currently scheduling informal coffees at homes throughout the district — a great chance to invite your friends of meet Bill.
District 6 stretches from South Placer to Orangevale, Fair Oaks and Folsom in Sacramento County and El Dorado Hills, Cameron Park and Latrobe in El Dorado County. Click here to see a detailed map of the district.
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