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Orange County, CA March 7, 2000 Election
Member of the State Assembly; District 69

Results as of Apr 10 2:36pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (124/124)

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Lou Correa 19,201 votes 55.8%

  • Party: Democratic (100% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Member of California State Assembly, 69th District
  • Phone: 714-285-0355; Addr: PO Box 1107, Anaheim, CA 92815; Email:
Lou Lopez 12,424 votes 36.1%
  • Party: Republican (100% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Retired Police Officer
Brian Tuan Pham 2,815 votes 8.1%
  • Party: Natural Law (100% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Optometry Student
  • 1992- graduated from Saddleback H.S. top 5%
  • 1998- Bachelor of Science from U.C. Irvine
  • in progress- Doctor of Optometry from Southern CA College of Optometry (SCCO)
  • 1999- Vision for Excellence Scholarship from SCCO
  • support proven crime PREVENTION strategies and criminal rehabilitation programs, rather than "get tough" policies in regards to the problem of crime.
  • promote prevention oriented health care approaches.
  • support the mandantory labeling of genetically engineered foods. please go to: for more information on these and other issues.

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