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Orange County, CA November 3, 1998 General

Director; Orange County Water District; Division 7

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Kelly Rowe 21,665 votes 51.6%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Engineering Geologist/Hydrogeologist
  • Water Resources & Environmental Consultant
  • Over 20 years of experience in So. California
  • California-Licensed Geologist, Engineering
  • Geologist and Hydrogeologist
  • Improvement in the management of our coastal groundwater resources
  • Focus on maintaining existing projects rather than developing new ones
  • Assert evaluation and resolution to water quality issues
Bud Quist 17,541 votes 41.8%
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Civil Engineer
  • Director, Orange County Water District, Division 7
  • Designated Member to National Water Resources Association, Colorado River Water User's Association, Water Advisoroy Committee of Orange County
  • Licensed Professional Civil Engineer for 36 years
  • Former City Engineer of Orange, Los Alamitos, Villa Park.
  • B.S.C.E, Purdue University 1956, Graduate Studies USC
  • Small Business Owner
  • To maintain unpolluted inexpensive water supply.
  • To implement the proposed Water District's 2020 Master Plan.
  • To protect the underground water basin.
Anna Winship 2,487 votes 5.9%
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Actor
  • United States Citizen
  • Screen Actors Guild Member
  • Stop the use of Reclaimed Water as potable water!
  • Stop the corruption!
  • Stop toxic chemicals in our water supply!

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