Retirement Board Election


SCERS Board Election Results Have Been Posted

The final results of the election of one Miscellaneous representative, one Retiree representative, and one Alternate Retiree representative to the SCERS Board have been published on the Sacramento County Voter Registration and Elections website.


Nomination Period for Board Seats Closes Aug. 5

Nominations to fill three Retirement Board seats began in July for one Miscellaneous Representative, one Retiree Representative, and one Alternate Retiree Representative. The filing deadline is Aug. 5 at 5 p.m. 


Nominations for Board Seats to Open Soon

Elections will soon take place to fill three Retirement Board seats, with current member terms expiring at the end of this year. Nominations will be held for one Miscellaneous Representative, one Safety Representative, and one Alternate Safety Representative. The first day to obtain and file nomination papers and the Candidate’s Statement Form is Monday, July 26, 2021.


Alternate Safety Representative Election Update

Candidate to be Appointed

The last day to file a Declaration of Candidacy for SCERS’ Alternate Safety Representative election was January 15, 2021. For this election, only one candidate, Jack T. Philp, successfully filed for the vacant position of Alternate Safety Representative. Jack Philp ran unopposed and will be appointed in lieu of an election. The term of office for this position shall commence on March 9, 2021 and continue through December 31, 2021. 


Retirement Board Election 2019 Results

The Sacramento County Department of Voter Registration and Elections announced election results on October 11, 2019, for three seats on the SCERS Board. Dave Comerchero, the Employee Benefits Manager for the County’s Employee Benefits Office, was elected as Miscellaneous Representative; Mr. Comerchero fills the seat vacated by Alan Matré, the County’s Chief of Internal Audits, who did not seek re-election.

Nearly 680 ballots were cast, representing a 6.37% turnout.