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July 23, 1988 | STEVEN R. CHURM, Times Staff Writer
Curt Pringle, a 29-year-old Garden Grove planning commissioner, will be the Republican candidate in the race to succeed Assemblyman Richard E. Longshore (R-Santa Ana), who died June 8. Pringle, one of nine Republicans seeking the nomination, was selected by the Orange County Republican Central Committee by secret ballot Thursday night.
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July 23, 1988 | STEVEN R. CHURM, Times Staff Writer
Curt Pringle, a 29-year-old Garden Grove planning commissioner, will be the Republican candidate in the race to succeed Assemblyman Richard E. Longshore (R-Santa Ana), who died June 8. Pringle, one of nine Republicans seeking the nomination, was selected by the Orange County Republican Central Committee by secret ballot Thursday night.
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June 9, 1988 | MARCIDA DODSON, Times Staff Writer
Assemblyman Richard E. Longshore, who won election to the Legislature in 1986 after two unsuccessful tries, died Wednesday, a day after voters in his Santa Ana district nominated him for a second term. The 62-year-old Republican, who had been ill for many months, died of pneumonia. He had entered Sutter General Hospital in Sacramento 10 days ago, said Mike Pottage, director of communications for the Assembly Republican Caucus. Longshore's wife, Linda, was at his side when he died at 10:30 a.m.
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June 9, 1988 | MARCIDA DODSON, Times Staff Writer
Assemblyman Richard E. Longshore, who won election to the Legislature in 1986 after two unsuccessful tries, died Wednesday, a day after voters in his Santa Ana district nominated him for a second term. The 62-year-old Republican, who had been ill for many months, died of pneumonia. He had entered Sutter General Hospital in Sacramento 10 days ago, said Mike Pottage, director of communications for the Assembly Republican Caucus. Longshore's wife, Linda, was at his side when he died at 10:30 a.m.
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October 14, 1986 | JEFFREY A. PERLMAN, Times Staff Writer
In the neighborhoods around Anaheim Stadium, there is a political battle raging that rivals the intensity of the Angels-Red Sox collision last weekend, as the Republican Party struggles to wrest away the Democrats' last legislative seat in Orange County. The 72nd Assembly District contest between Republican Richard E. Longshore, a real estate broker, and Democrat Daniel E.
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August 9, 1985 | From a Times Staff Writer
A Southern California real estate broker, Richard E. Longshore, who fell only a few votes short in a high-stakes central Orange County Assembly race last year, has been named by Gov. George Deukmejian to the California Veterans Board. The 59-year-old Anaheim resident lost to Assemblyman Richard Robinson (D-Garden Grove) by 256 votes in one of California's most expensive Assembly campaigns of the year. The two spent a total of $1.1 million in the race.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 16, 1988
As expected, Linda Longshore, the widow of Assemblyman Richard E. Longshore (R-Santa Ana), on Saturday endorsed Republican Curt Pringle for the seat her husband held. Longshore made her endorsement in a press conference at Pringle's headquarters in Garden Grove. The day before, Longshore had said she was "livid" that the Democratic challenger in the 72nd District race, Christian F. (Rick) Thierbach, had tried to link himself to her late husband in a political mailer.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 10, 1987
Newly elected Assemblyman Richard E. Longshore (R-Santa Ana) has scheduled a grand opening of his district office on March 5. The office-warming will take place from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 14550 Magnolia Ave., Suite 201, in Westminster. The telephone number is (714) 895-4334. The 72nd Assembly District includes the cities of Westminster, Garden Grove, Stanton, Anaheim, Santa Ana and the unincorporated county area of Midway City.
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June 23, 1988 | STEVEN R. CHURM, Times Staff Writer
Eight people have taken out applications to succeed Richard E. Longshore as the Republican nominee in the 72nd Assembly District. Longshore, 62, died of pneumonia June 8, the day after he won the GOP primary for the seat he has held since 1986. Longshore's death has touched off a scramble among Republicans seeking to face Democrat Christian (Rick) Hierbach, an Anaheim resident, in the November general election.
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August 31, 1989
Brian Bennett, longtime chief of staff in Washington to Rep. Robert K. Dornan (R-Garden Grove), is leaving the congressman's office to take a job with Southern California Edison Co. Bennett, 33, will be the company's chief lobbyist and community spokesperson for Orange County and parts of Los Angeles County. He cited an "overwhelming desire to come home to California" as his reason for the shift. "I was really unhappy living in Washington, D.C.
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October 14, 1986 | JEFFREY A. PERLMAN, Times Staff Writer
In the neighborhoods around Anaheim Stadium, there is a political battle raging that rivals the intensity of the Angels-Red Sox collision last weekend, as the Republican Party struggles to wrest away the Democrats' last legislative seat in Orange County. The 72nd Assembly District contest between Republican Richard E. Longshore, a real estate broker, and Democrat Daniel E.
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August 8, 1985 | From a Times Staff Writer
A Southern California real estate broker, Richard E. Longshore, who fell only a few votes short in a high-stakes central Orange County Assembly race last year, has been named by Gov. George Deukmejian to the California Veterans Board. The board sets policy for the Department of Veterans Affairs, which administers low-interest farm and home loan programs for military veterans. Longshore is a retired Navy officer and American Legion post commander.
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November 4, 1988
Not to be outdone by his Democratic rival, Republican Curt Pringle reported $190,000 in new campaign contributions Thursday in the final days of the 72nd Assembly District race. Included in that total was $154,000 in cash and in-kind contributions from state Republican leaders, according to campaign finance records filed in Sacramento. Pringle has now received a total of $878,459 in contributions, compared with $940,323 for his Democratic opponent, Christian F. (Rick) Thierbach. Since Oct.
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