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June 18, 1990 | GREG HERNANDEZ
City Councilwoman Joy L. Neugebauer spent her 62nd birthday last November watching crews move a 74-year-old red barn from its old location to the city's new historical park three miles away. It was the middle of the night, but Neugebauer said she wasn't about to miss an event she had worked so hard to see take place.
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May 11, 1992 | DAVE LESHER, TIMES POLITICAL WRITER
When reapportionment touched off a scramble among Orange County's state Assembly members early this year, incumbent Doris Allen (R-Cypress) was expected to run for the newly drawn 68th district since it contained many of her current constituents. But at the last minute, Allen surprised her party leaders and chose, instead, to compete against two of her Assembly colleagues for a new seat on the coast.
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June 7, 1990 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A few months ago, most of them were all but unknown to most county residents. But when the votes were tallied early Wednesday, they had marched into the limelight. John F. Dean, a Whittier College professor of education; Joy L. Neugebauer, a veteran of the Westminster City Council, and James G. Enright, chief deputy district attorney, stunned incumbents by winning enough votes to force November runoffs. None captured a post outright, and two, Neugebauer and Enright, face uphill struggles.
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November 7, 1990 | DAVID REYES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Orange County Supervisor Harriett M. Wieder maintained an early lead over challenger Joy L. Neugebauer early today in her bid for a fourth consecutive term in office, according to partial ballot results. Wieder, who said she spent Tuesday afternoon walking along the oceanfront, enjoying the beach and "indulging" herself after voting, took the lead early in the evening Tuesday and built on it as the precincts began reporting in shortly before midnight.
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February 17, 1990 | GREG HERNANDEZ
Westminster Councilwoman Joy L. Neugebauer will challenge Supervisor Harriett M. Wieder in her expected bid for a fourth term on the Board of Supervisors. Neugebauer, 62, a three-time former mayor, said she will take out nomination papers next week to run for Wieder's District 2 seat. Instead of paying a $752.96 candidate filing fee, Neugebauer is collecting the 3,012 signatures needed to have her name placed on the ballot.
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August 5, 1990 | ROSE ELLEN O'CONNOR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Although her once-hefty campaign coffers now hold only $35,000, Supervisor Harriett M. Wieder maintains a sizable financial lead over her November reelection opponent, Westminster Councilwoman Joy L. Neugebauer. But Neugebauer, with only $3,014 on hand, according to the latest campaign disclosure reports, says she is not concerned. "I'll have enough grass-roots support that I'm not going to worry about the amount of dollars that Harriett has," Neugebauer said last week.
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August 2, 1990 | ROSE ELLEN O'CONNOR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Orange County Supervisor Harriett M. Wieder, the only board incumbent facing a runoff election this fall, has raised a whopping $319,000--more than 20 times the amount raised by her opponent, Westminster Councilwoman Joy L. Neugebauer, according to the most recent campaign-finance reports. Supervisors Thomas F. Riley and Don R. Roth, who won reelection by wide margins in the June 5 election, each raised about $235,000 in their respective campaigns, their reports show.
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October 4, 1990 | BOB SCWARTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
County Supervisor Harriett M. Wieder and Westminster Councilwoman Joy L. Neugebauer clashed repeatedly Wednesday in the first face-to-face encounter of their campaign for Wieder's 2nd Supervisorial District seat. In the debate, taped at the studios of KOCE-TV, Neugebauer wasted no time attacking Wieder, a board member since 1978, using her introductory statement to blast the incumbent for missing 23 board meetings in the last 21 months and abstaining on 69 votes over that period.
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September 21, 1990
The combatants: Assemblyman Curt Pringle (R-Garden Grove) faces a political newcomer in Democrat Tom Umberg. Incumbents are usually safe, but Democrats consider this race one of their best chances this year to unseat a Republican because Pringle is sitting in the only district in Orange County that is not dominated by GOP voters. Key issues: This district includes some of the county's most notorious drug and gang neighborhoods, so both candidates are fighting hard for the title of crime fighter.
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November 7, 1990 | DAVID REYES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Orange County Supervisor Harriett M. Wieder maintained an early lead over challenger Joy L. Neugebauer early today in her bid for a fourth consecutive term in office, according to partial ballot results. Wieder, who said she spent Tuesday afternoon walking along the oceanfront, enjoying the beach and "indulging" herself after voting, took the lead early in the evening Tuesday and built on it as the precincts began reporting in shortly before midnight.
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November 3, 1990 | BOB SCHWARTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Orange County Supervisor Harriett M. Wieder was standing outside Ralphs Market, vying with the prison ministry outreach worker for the attention of an elderly couple who had just finished their shopping. "Fight crime and drug abuse! Dollar donation! God bless you!" the former drug addict-turned evangelical said in rapid-fire fashion. The couple, Sid and Leah Katz, walked by looking a little befuddled. Wieder had more success with them.
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October 5, 1990 | BOB SCHWARTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The race for county supervisor heated up Thursday as Harriett M. Wieder and Joy L. Neugebauer locked horns for the second straight day, this time sharing their political views and trading insults before a lunchtime student crowd at Golden West College. As she did in a debate taped the previous day, Neugebauer hammered away at Wieder's spotty attendance at Board of Supervisors' meetings and numerous abstentions because of conflicts of interest.
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October 4, 1990 | BOB SCWARTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
County Supervisor Harriett M. Wieder and Westminster Councilwoman Joy L. Neugebauer clashed repeatedly Wednesday in the first face-to-face encounter of their campaign for Wieder's 2nd Supervisorial District seat. In the debate, taped at the studios of KOCE-TV, Neugebauer wasted no time attacking Wieder, a board member since 1978, using her introductory statement to blast the incumbent for missing 23 board meetings in the last 21 months and abstaining on 69 votes over that period.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 21, 1990
The combatants: Assemblyman Curt Pringle (R-Garden Grove) faces a political newcomer in Democrat Tom Umberg. Incumbents are usually safe, but Democrats consider this race one of their best chances this year to unseat a Republican because Pringle is sitting in the only district in Orange County that is not dominated by GOP voters. Key issues: This district includes some of the county's most notorious drug and gang neighborhoods, so both candidates are fighting hard for the title of crime fighter.
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September 19, 1990 | BOB SCHWARTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Joy Neugebauer and three other candidates forced Supervisor Harriett M. Wieder into a runoff election last June, Neugebauer happily noted that a majority of voters had cast ballots against the incumbent and that capturing those votes would lead her to an upset victory in November. But the Westminster councilwoman is not finding the going all that easy. Fund-raising, a key ingredient to unseating an incumbent, is proceeding "slowly," Neugebauer said.
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May 11, 1992 | DAVE LESHER, TIMES POLITICAL WRITER
When reapportionment touched off a scramble among Orange County's state Assembly members early this year, incumbent Doris Allen (R-Cypress) was expected to run for the newly drawn 68th district since it contained many of her current constituents. But at the last minute, Allen surprised her party leaders and chose, instead, to compete against two of her Assembly colleagues for a new seat on the coast.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 5, 1990 | BOB SCHWARTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The race for county supervisor heated up Thursday as Harriett M. Wieder and Joy L. Neugebauer locked horns for the second straight day, this time sharing their political views and trading insults before a lunchtime student crowd at Golden West College. As she did in a debate taped the previous day, Neugebauer hammered away at Wieder's spotty attendance at Board of Supervisors' meetings and numerous abstentions because of conflicts of interest.
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August 5, 1990 | ROSE ELLEN O'CONNOR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Although her once-hefty campaign coffers now hold only $35,000, Supervisor Harriett M. Wieder maintains a sizable financial lead over her November reelection opponent, Westminster Councilwoman Joy L. Neugebauer. But Neugebauer, with only $3,014 on hand, according to the latest campaign disclosure reports, says she is not concerned. "I'll have enough grass-roots support that I'm not going to worry about the amount of dollars that Harriett has," Neugebauer said last week.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 2, 1990 | ROSE ELLEN O'CONNOR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Orange County Supervisor Harriett M. Wieder, the only board incumbent facing a runoff election this fall, has raised a whopping $319,000--more than 20 times the amount raised by her opponent, Westminster Councilwoman Joy L. Neugebauer, according to the most recent campaign-finance reports. Supervisors Thomas F. Riley and Don R. Roth, who won reelection by wide margins in the June 5 election, each raised about $235,000 in their respective campaigns, their reports show.
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