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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 13, 2003
Assemblyman Lou Correa (D-Santa Ana) has called for a state audit of the proposed merger of Orange County's two toll road agencies. County transportation leaders are considering a merger to assist the San Joaquin Hills tollway, the turnpike that has posted disappointing revenue and ridership figures. But the Eastern and Foothill toll roads have exceeded projections. Correa suggested Friday it was unfair for drivers of the more successful roads to bail out the San Joaquin Hills tollway.
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November 10, 2006 | From Times staff reports
Republican Lynn Daucher widened her lead over Democrat Lou Correa for the second day in the ongoing tally of absentee and provisional ballots in the 34th state Senate district race. After 3,281 votes were counted Thursday, Daucher increased her lead over Correa to 553 votes. On election night, Daucher led by just 13 votes, but that grew to 138 votes by Wednesday evening. An estimated 28,000 ballots remain to be counted.
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January 13, 2004 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Santa Ana Councilman Brett Franklin will appeal a lower court verdict in his case against Assemblyman Lou Correa (D-Santa Ana) upholding Correa's transfer of $340,000 from two state Assembly accounts into his race for county supervisor. Franklin, also running for the seat now held by Supervisor Chuck Smith, accused Correa of violating a county ordinance forbidding intra-candidate transfers.
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September 13, 2004 | From Staff and Wire Reports
COUNTYWIDE The board of the Orange County Transportation Authority will expand to 18 members from 10 under a bill Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed into law Saturday. The board's new makeup will better represent Orange County's cities, said Assemblyman Lou Correa (D-Anaheim), who sponsored the measure.
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November 14, 2006 | From Times staff and wire reports
Democrat Lou Correa continued to close the gap between himself and Republican Lynn Daucher in the 34th District state Senate race, narrowing her lead to 361 votes as the ballot count resumed Monday. Daucher led by just 13 votes on election night, but increased her lead to 833 votes as county voting officials tallied absentee ballots. On Saturday, however, the margin dropped to 764 votes. With an estimated 6,000 votes remaining to be counted, Daucher had 50.
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