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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 4, 1994
Two candidates are running in the Nov. 8 election to represent the 67th Assembly District. They are Democrat Jonathan Woolf-Willis of Huntington Beach and Republican Doris Allen, the incumbent, from Cypress. Here's where they stand on four issues. "Three Strikes" Crime Law Woolf-Willis: "The concept of 'three strikes' is good. It prevents violent felons from hurting more victims. But the law must focus on those who commit violent felonies.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 4, 1994
Two candidates are running in the Nov. 8 election to represent the 67th Assembly District. They are Democrat Jonathan Woolf-Willis of Huntington Beach and Republican Doris Allen, the incumbent, from Cypress. Here's where they stand on four issues. "Three Strikes" Crime Law Woolf-Willis: "The concept of 'three strikes' is good. It prevents violent felons from hurting more victims. But the law must focus on those who commit violent felonies.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 11, 1995 | SHELBY GRAD
Members of Orange County's 2,700 homeowner and condominium associations will discuss the impact of the county financial crisis with Supervisor Marian Bergeson and other government officials at a luncheon next week in Newport Beach. The local chapter of the Community Associations Institute organized the meeting as a way of addressing fears the bankruptcy might force cutbacks in police patrols and other services.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 28, 1996
Your sympathetic profile ("Orange County GOP: Guiding With an Iron Hand," July 11) of Orange County GOP Chairman Tom Fuentes presented the mastermind behind the Orange County GOP poll guards scandal as a would-be man of the cloth turned William Wallace, battling a "biased press and encroaching Democrats." The article glosses over Fuentes' scheme to place uniformed security guards at polling places to intimidate certain legal voters in Curt Pringle's Assembly District. This clearly immoral activity resulted in [an]
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 23, 1994
With the exception of the 69th Assembly District, the Orange County legislative delegation in Sacramento is made up entirely of Republicans. In a heavily Republican county, there is little suspense in a number of these contests, and The Times chooses not to endorse in most of them. However, the fall campaign again provides occasion to take stock of Orange County's representation. In the past, this group of legislators too often has relished the moniker of "cavemen," opposing instead of doing.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 8, 1994 | JEFF BRAZIL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Backed by the financial might of conservative state Sen. Rob Hurtt, Republican Jim Morrissey jumped to an early lead in the 69th Assembly District primary and Irvine City Councilman Barry J. Hammond clung to a narrow margin over two opponents in the 70th District GOP race. In the Democratic primary in the 69th Assembly District, Santa Ana City Councilman Ted R.
NEWS
May 29, 1994
A listing of Democratic and Republican candidates, and candidates in nonpartisan races: DEMOCRATIC TICKET * Governor Tom Hayden John Garamendi Mark Calney Charles Pineda Jr. Kathleen Brown Jonathan Trip * Lieutenant Governor Philip R. Ashamallah Gray Davis * Secretary of State Tony Miller Gwen Moore Michael Woo * Controller Rusty Areias Kathleen Connell Don Perata * Treasurer Phil Angelides David A.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 16, 1994
Home is where the tax exemption is: The "mystery" of where Assemblyman Ross Johnson (R-Placentia) really lives--Sacramento, Fullerton, Placentia, perhaps even Newport Beach--seems to get deeper by the day. Democrat Allan L. Dollison, a law clerk who is challenging Johnson for his 72nd District seat, claims to have documents that show Johnson filed for a one-time-only $7,000 exemption for his home in Sacramento on his property tax bill in 1988.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 10, 1994 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES POLITICAL WRITER
The June 7 primary election battle began taking shape Wednesday as candidates in state and judicial races met their first deadline to file their declarations to run. Three of Orange County's incumbent Republicans will escape challenge in the primary, but the Democrats promised to give them a fight in the general election come November.
NEWS
November 10, 1994
Key to Election Tables -- An asterisk (*) denotes an incumbent candidate; a double asterisk (**) denotes an appointed incumbent. -- A triple asterisk (***) indicates a race in a district shared by two or more counties. For that reason, individual tables do not reflect the total vote. -- Elected candidates and approved measures are in bold type. Results are not official and could be affected by absentee ballots.
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