Rocklin and Lincoln Mayors Endorse Joe Patterson For Assembly

Rocklin, Calif. – – Today Republican small-business owner and City Councilmember Joe Patterson announced receiving the endorsement of Lincoln Mayor Holly Woods-Andreatta and Rocklin Mayor Bill Halldin in his campaign for the newly drawn 5th Assembly District.

The mayors cited Patterson’s commitment to the local community as a reason for their endorsements.

“I’ve worked alongside Joe Patterson for years, voters can trust that he will be a strong conservative and he will do what is right for our community. He supports public safety and our local small businesses. On the Rocklin City Council, Joe has been a strong voice in keeping our city budget balanced. Joe has the experience to deliver effective leadership for us at the State Capitol.”

Rocklin Mayor Bill Halldin

“We need Joe Patterson in the State Assembly, he will be a strong advocate for the quality of life in our community and will stand up to the Sacramento politicians that try to force their values on us.”

Lincoln Mayor Holly Woods-Andreatta

The Cities of Rocklin and Lincoln are two of the largest cities in the 5th Assembly District. which encompasses Placer and El Dorado Counties. A map of the district and more information about Joe Patterson’s campaign can be found at   

About Joe Patterson

Joe Patterson is a small-business owner in Placer County as well as an elected Councilmember to the Rocklin City Council.

On the Rocklin City Council, Patterson has a proven track record of leadership in the region. He has supported local businesses and non-profits with financial and regulatory relief both before and during the pandemic.

Joe and his wife Colleen have four young children that they are raising in the Placer County community. Patterson previously worked in the California State Legislature helping draft laws to increase penalties on sex offenders and prevent the early release of criminals. He previously served as Treasurer for the Rocklin Public Safety Foundation and prides himself in being one of the most accessible public servants in the region.