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CAMPAIGN 2000: DECISIONS / VOTERS GUIDE : ORANGE COUNTY
CONGRESSIONAL RACES

Uncontested Races

March 05, 2000

Many candidates for Congress and the state Assembly and Senate are running unopposed, meaning they will automatically appear on the November ballot. The uncontested races:

* 39th District--Rep. Edward R. Royce (R-Fullerton) will face the following candidates in the fall: Business owner Gill G. Kanel, Democrat; engineer Keith D. Gann, Libertarian; and teacher and researcher Ron Jevning, Natural Law Party.

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* 68th District--Assemblyman Ken Maddox (R-Garden Grove) is being challenged by businessman and teacher Al Snook, Reform Party; attorney and businesswoman Tina Louise Laine, Democrat; and author and businessman Richard G. Newhouse, Libertarian.

* 69th District--Assemblyman Lou Correa (D-Anaheim) is being challenged by optometry student Brian Tuan Pham, Natural Law Party; and retired Anaheim Police Officer Lou Lopez, Republican.

* 70th District--The open seat is up for grabs by one of the following candidates: businessman John Campbell, Republican; aerospace test technician Bob Vondruska, Libertarian; management consultant Barry L. Katz, Natural Law Party; attorney Merritt Lori McKeon, Democrat; and transportation facilitator Raymond O. Mills, Reform Party.

* 73rd District--Assemblywoman Patricia C. Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) is being challenged by nutrition consultant Paul Fisher, Natural Law Party; small-business owner Paul King, Libertarian; and park technician Robert D. Wilberg, Democrat.

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