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Orange County, CA November 3, 1998 General

United States Representative; District 47

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Christopher Cox 132,711 votes 67.7%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: U.S. Representative
Christina Avalos 57,938 votes 29.6%
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Family Counselor (20 years)
  • BA in Psychology, MA from National U.
  • Board Member, All Peoples Christian Center
  • Mother of a 23 year old son.
  • Maintain citizen control of El Toro Airport.
  • Address Orange Co.'s environmental issues on a global scale.
  • Give the next generation the foundations of security, compassion and understanding.
Victor A. "Vic" Wagner, Jr. 2,991 votes 1.5%
  • Party: Libertarian
  • Occupation: Software Consultant
  • Increase personal liberty
  • Reduce the cost of the Federal government
  • Reduce the size of the Federal government
Raymond O. "Ray" Mills 1,369 votes 0.6%
  • Party: Reform
  • Occupation: Taxi Driver
  • Reform Party organizer since Perot's '92 race for president.
  • Volunteer reader for the blind: KOCE-TV, Mensa "Bulletin" magazine.
  • Regional Director (#12, Orange County) of Reform Party of California
  • Professional driver since 1985; only accident since 1979 was on a motorcycle in 1993.
  • High school diploma from Fort Wayne, Indiana in 1978, plus Purdue University and GoldenWest Police Academy.
  • Letter of Thanks from California Highway Patrol for aiding in injury accident; continue to "patrol" to help fellow unlucky motorists, from breakdowns to engine fires.
  • The Reform Party is the new choice for voters who, I think, have had none in the past 30 years.
  • I support a National Retail Sales Tax, taxing the earnings of the people only when they choose not to save for the future.
  • The major problem with Congress is not necessarily that it makes the wrong decisions, but that it makes them based on the loudest, money-influenced opinions.
Paul Fisher 1,307 votes 0.6%
  • Party: Natural Law
  • Occupation: Nutrition Consultant

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