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November 4, 1998 | TINI TRAN and LORENZA MUNOZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Assistant Orange County Assessor Webster J. Guillory appeared to hold a healthy lead against opponent James S. Bone late Tuesday and pledged to continue managing the assessor's office in the tradition of his boss, Bradley L. Jacobs. Guillory, 54, who was hired by the county office 21 years ago, said his intention is to continue making the assessor's office user-friendly and independent from political whims and pressures.
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November 4, 1998 | TINI TRAN and LORENZA MUNOZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Assistant Orange County Assessor Webster J. Guillory appeared to hold a healthy lead against opponent James S. Bone late Tuesday and pledged to continue managing the assessor's office in the tradition of his boss, Bradley L. Jacobs. Guillory, 54, who was hired by the county office 21 years ago, said his intention is to continue making the assessor's office user-friendly and independent from political whims and pressures.
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November 1, 1998
JAMES S. BONE An accountant from Mission Viejo, Bone has written several books on property taxation. He also has served as a consultant on property tax and assessment appeals for homeowners. * Party: Republican * Age: 57 * Residence: Mission Viejo * Education: Bachelor's in accounting, San Diego State University, 1965; master's in business administration, U.S. International University, 1971. * Career highlights: Opened accounting firm in 1976. Member, Assessment Appeals Board.
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November 1, 1998
JAMES S. BONE An accountant from Mission Viejo, Bone has written several books on property taxation. He also has served as a consultant on property tax and assessment appeals for homeowners. * Party: Republican * Age: 57 * Residence: Mission Viejo * Education: Bachelor's in accounting, San Diego State University, 1965; master's in business administration, U.S. International University, 1971. * Career highlights: Opened accounting firm in 1976. Member, Assessment Appeals Board.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 22, 1998
The tense relationship between Assessor Bradley L. Jacobs and the county supervisors suddenly culminated earlier this year when the longtime incumbent quietly gave up his bid for reelection. That opened the door to a crowded field of candidates. It also raised the prospect that the manner in which this important office operates could drastically change. Things could not have been much worse. The supervisors were openly irritated at Jacobs' unwillingness to apply for a $6.
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December 8, 2001 | From Times Staff Reports
County Supervisors Jim Silva and Tom Wilson will run unopposed for reelection in the March primary, the county registrar of voters reported after Friday's filing deadline. Supervisor Cynthia P. Coad will be challenged by Fullerton Councilman Chris Norby. Longtime county clerk-recorder Gary Granville is retiring and will not seek reelection. Roberta J. Estrada and Felix Rocha Jr., a county board of education trustee, filed to run for that post. Anaheim Mayor Tom Daly, James S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 24, 1999
This month, Webster J. Guillory assumed the reins of leadership from his former boss and predecessor as assessor, Bradley L. Jacobs. Guillory took office and then did what has been done in the past: He warned that without additional help, he would have difficulty meeting a June deadline to complete the county's tax rolls. Not wanting to hold up the tax bills, the Board of Supervisors complied and agreed to let the new assessor hire 10 new employees.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 1, 1998
The following is a summary of the Times Orange County Edition's local recommendations in Tuesday's election. 46th Congressional District: Loretta Sanchez. Democrat Sanchez's surprising 984-vote victory over Republican Robert K. Dornan two years ago propelled a political newcomer into the national spotlight. Sanchez has handled the attention well, paid attention to the needs of her constituents and should be reelected. 73rd State Assembly District: Patricia C. Bates.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 3, 1998
Here are Times recommendations in statewide and some local contests in today's general election. Statewide Offices Governor: Gray Davis. A moderate, temperate leader, Davis has the ability to forge solutions to major state problems by building consensus. California is wearied by eight years of confrontation and warfare with the Legislature, and of keeping score of political wins and losses. Republican Dan Lungren would be likely to keep California mired in that divisiveness.
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October 6, 1998 | LORENZA MUNOZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a startling turn of events that has rattled Orange County Supervisor Jim Silva, challenger Dave Sullivan has raised $222,163 in campaign funds in the last three months in his bid to unseat the incumbent in the Nov. 3 election. Silva picked up $127,844 in the same period in his effort to retain his 2nd District seat, according to campaign disclosure statements filed Monday.
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May 22, 1998
The tense relationship between Assessor Bradley L. Jacobs and the county supervisors suddenly culminated earlier this year when the longtime incumbent quietly gave up his bid for reelection. That opened the door to a crowded field of candidates. It also raised the prospect that the manner in which this important office operates could drastically change. Things could not have been much worse. The supervisors were openly irritated at Jacobs' unwillingness to apply for a $6.
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