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July 31, 1994 | Researched by GEBE MARTINEZ and LEN HALL / Los Angeles Times
Three candidates are running in the Nov. 8 election to represent the 46th Congressional District. They are Democrat Mike Farber of Santa Ana, Libertarian Richard G. Newhouse of Garden Grove and the incumbent, Republican Robert K. Dornan of Garden Grove. Here's where they stand on four issues. Health Care Farber: "Health care reform affects all Americans. I support efforts toward providing all Americans with secure health insurance.
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July 31, 1994 | Researched by GEBE MARTINEZ and LEN HALL / Los Angeles Times
Three candidates are running in the Nov. 8 election to represent the 46th Congressional District. They are Democrat Mike Farber of Santa Ana, Libertarian Richard G. Newhouse of Garden Grove and the incumbent, Republican Robert K. Dornan of Garden Grove. Here's where they stand on four issues. Health Care Farber: "Health care reform affects all Americans. I support efforts toward providing all Americans with secure health insurance.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 26, 1992 | DAVE LESHER, TIMES POLITICAL WRITER
Rep. Robert K. Dornan's attack-style politics and millions of dollars in contributions have long made him Orange County's 400-pound gorilla at the polls--able to scare off formidable rivals and easily defeat those who challenge him. Two years ago, Dornan had just one opponent--a Democrat who withdrew shortly after the race started, even though her party held a majority among voters registered in Dornan's central county district. This time, though, things are different.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 26, 1992 | DAVE LESHER, TIMES POLITICAL WRITER
Rep. Robert K. Dornan's attack-style politics and millions of dollars in contributions have long made him Orange County's 400-pound gorilla at the polls--able to scare off formidable rivals and easily defeat those who challenge him. Two years ago, Dornan had just one opponent--a Democrat who withdrew shortly after the race started, even though her party held a majority among voters registered in Dornan's central county district. This time, though, things are different.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 5, 2000
Many candidates for Congress and the state Assembly and Senate are running unopposed, meaning they will automatically appear on the November ballot. The uncontested races: * 39th District--Rep. Edward R. Royce (R-Fullerton) will face the following candidates in the fall: Business owner Gill G. Kanel, Democrat; engineer Keith D. Gann, Libertarian; and teacher and researcher Ron Jevning, Natural Law Party.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 3, 1994 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES POLITICAL WRITER
In what has proven to be the nastiest local race in this year's election, Democratic congressional candidate Mike Farber on Wednesday filed a counter-lawsuit against his Republican rival, Rep. Robert K. Dornan of Garden Grove, contending a new Dornan campaign mailer is defamatory. Farber's lawsuit comes a week after the incumbent and his wife, Sallie, filed a libel suit against Farber, which alleged that the Democrat maliciously distributed false information about the Dornans.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 9, 1994 | DAVID REYES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two Democratic congressional candidates, a scant 142 votes apart, remained hopeful of victory Wednesday as the registrar of voters conducted a ballot-by-ballot count of absentee votes to decide who will challenge incumbent Rep. Robert K. Dornan. Mike Farber, a heavily endorsed Santa Ana businessman, is narrowly ahead of Robert John Banuelos, with 4,625 votes or about 29% of the vote. Banuelos, a Santa Ana senior citizens counselor, received 4,483 for 28.
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October 29, 1992 | ROBERT W. STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In Orange County, incumbent Republican congressmen were outspending their opponents by overwhelming margins, as were two Republican candidates running in open congressional races. Rep. Robert K. Dornan (R-Garden Grove) was the champion Orange County fund-raiser, netting about $1.1 million in contributions between Jan. 1, 1991, and Oct. 15 of this year. Dornan spent almost $1.17 million, and ended the period with $82,673 in cash on hand. He reported debts of $83,170.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 9, 1994 | REBECCA TROUNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As Republicans across the nation rolled up big gains in the House of Representatives, Orange County's congressional incumbents were coasting to easy victories Tuesday, with all six expected to retain their seats. The returns showed the county's Republican incumbents leading their Democratic and third-party challengers by wide margins. That held true even in the closest race, in the 46th Congressional District, with Rep. Robert K.
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March 8, 2000 | MEG JAMES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Brea Councilwoman Lynn Daucher had a slender lead in early returns Tuesday night in the Republican primary election for Assembly District 72, Orange County's most contentious and expensive state legislative contest. With about a fifth of ballots counted, Daucher was running ahead of Bruce Matthias, a former racetrack executive who lives in Anaheim Hills. Fullerton Councilman Don Bankhead, a retired police captain, was in third place.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 1992 | DAVE LESHER, TIMES POLITICAL WRITER
Orange County politics has been a bit behind the times. While political parties nationally have found their influence shrinking, Orange County's GOP maintained a reputation for loyalty, still passing down its affiliation from generation to generation. Many GOP voters still cast a straight Republican ticket in Orange County simply because it is Republican. Today, Orange County Republicans are reassessing their role.
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March 23, 1996 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In many ways, the political debate in the Republican contest for Rep. Jay C. Kim's seat hasn't changed much in the last two years. A federal investigation of Kim's 1992 campaign finances is still proceeding, as it was two years ago. Kim's lone Republican rival in next week's primary, Upland businessman Bob Kerns, is arguing that the investigation is good enough reason to vote Kim out of office. "Truth and integrity.
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