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Orange County, CA June 2, 1998 Primary


Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Michael S. "Mike" Carona 191,309 votes 52.9%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Marshal of Orange County
  • Bachelor of Arts, Management
  • Master of Arts & Master of Science degrees, in Management
  • Graduate, Command College
  • Graduate, FBI Executive Development Program
  • Appointee of Governor Wilson to California Student Aid Commission
  • Member, Orange County Chiefs and Sheriffs Association
  • Resolve Jail Overcrowding problem
  • Wage relentless war on gangs
  • Expand current program to eradicate drugs in our schools and with our youth
Paul Walters 169,021 votes 46.8%
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Police Chief, City of Santa Ana
  • 27 years of real experience, leading real cops, and fighting real crime
  • Masters Degree in Public Administration, University of Southern California
  • Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, California State University Fullerton
  • Doctor of Jurisprudence Degree, American College of Law
  • Police Executive Research Forum's International Senior Management Institute for Police, Harvard University
  • POST Command College, Cal-Poly Pomona State University
  • Implement Community Oriented Policing strategies countywide
  • Develop long term strategies to resolve the jail overcrowding problem
  • Put more police officers on the streets

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