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Orange County, CA November 3, 1998 General

Member of the State Assembly; District 69

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Lou Correa 23,664 votes 54.8%

  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Businessman/Educator
  • Phone: (714) 956-5226; Addr: P.O. Box 1107, Anaheim, CA 92815-1107; Email:
Jim Morrissey 18,323 votes 42.4%
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Member, California State Assembly
  • Citizen Legislator
  • Businessman
  • Air Force Veteran
  • Husband, Father, and Grandfather
  • Increasing educational opportunity, through class size reduction, higher standards and improved access to new technology.
  • Toughening our laws against drugs, specifically targeting the increase in drug manufacturing in our neighborhoods.
  • Creating jobs and opportunity by improving the business climate in our State.
Jim Benson 639 votes 1.4%
  • Party: Reform
  • Occupation: Small Businessman
  • 1977 - 1980 Lakeview United Methodist Church Boardmember and Children's Department Director - Conneaut, OH
  • 1979 Organized Vacation Bible School with total budget of $50
  • 1984 - 1985 Sobriety Plus Board Member - Ashtabula, OH
  • 1992 Ran Campaign Office for Ross Perot from business office in Long Beach, CA
  • 1997 Delegate to the Reform Party State Convention
  • 1998 Vice Chairman of the Reform Party of Greater Orange County, CA
  • DRUGS: Refocus resources to promote treatment and education. Promote policies that reduce demand and profit.
  • EDUCATION: Support the creation of magnet and charter schools. Return control of schools to parents and teachers.
  • REDEVELOPMENT: According to a recent study, $15 billion was diverted from public schools to pay bonds. Future projects must be voted on by the people.
Bolynda Schultz 620 votes 1.4%
  • Party: Libertarian
  • Occupation: Computer Administrator
  • Associate of Arts Degree, Liberal Arts
  • Alpha Gamma Sigma Honor Society
  • Managing Editor, Free Orange County Newsletter
  • More personal freedom and responsibility; less government regulation
  • Lower taxes and less government-sponsored programs
  • Increasing education choices for parents

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