District 5

District 5 has a fine leader

I can?t just sit back and listen to how wonderful the ?Johnsons? are in the battle for District 5 Placer County supervisor. Indeed, they may be fine folks ? but the key word here i ...

Our View: Jennifer Montgomery top pick for District 5 race

The Auburn area and the newly redistricted District 5 has what it needs in a supervisor candidate with Jennifer Montgomery. The district includes Auburn, Meadow Vista, Christian Va ...

Montgomery goes extra mile

I?m writing to support Jennifer Montgomery for (Placer County District 5) supervisor. Jennifer is a tireless worker who frequently makes the rounds over her entire district for wee ...

"Rich" the most qualified choice

Having read the many published news articles, editorials and letters to the editor regarding the five candidates running for District 5 supervisor in Placer County, and with electi ...

Jerry Johnson for District 5

I was undecided about who to vote for in the District 5 Placer County supervisor race until I saw Harriet White?s letter in your May 16 edition (?District 5 job can?t be bought.?) ...

Keep supervisor working for us

Jennifer Montgomery deserves to be elected as (District 5) supervisor in June. She is very serious about getting things done for the citizens of Placer County and the residents in ...

Rich Johnson deserves votes

Rich Johnson is Auburn?s best choice for Placer County District 5 supervisor. Here?s why. No other candidate has more knowledge, more interest and more dedication to the citizens o ...

Jerry Johnson beholden to no one

In response to Harriet White?s letter, ?District 5 job can?t be bought,? (Reader Input, May 17): Apparently it can. Maybe we should find out where Jennifer Montgomery?s donations c ...

Montgomery a proven leader

I couldn’t agree more with Leslye Janusz in her letter dated May 16 regarding what a great District 5 supervisor we already have in Jennifer Montgomery (“Montgomery tru ...

District 5 job can?t be bought

After reading your article about funds District 5 candidates have in their coffers (“Bruising economy dents campaign war chests,” Journal, April 23), I was not surprise ...