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November 5, 2002 Election

County Results as of Dec 6 2:34am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (2243/2243)
51.0% Countywide Voter Turnout (662,296/1,298,891)

Statewide Results as of Nov 14 11:14am, 100% of Precincts Reporting (24726/24726)
48.5% Statewide Voter Turnout (7,424,799/15,303,469)

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Polling Location on November 5, 7am - 8pm
West Orange School
Off Almond Btn Main St & Batavia
243 S Bush St
Orange, CA 92868
Precinct 63046
Ballot Type 318
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  • State Executive

    Governor; State of California

    Lieutenant Governor; State of California

    Secretary of State; State of California

    State Controller; State of California

    State Treasurer; State of California

    Attorney General; State of California

    Insurance Commissioner; State of California

    State Board of Equalization

    Member; California State Board of Equalization; District 3

    US Congress

    United States Representative; District 40

    • Ed Royce, Republican
      90,745 votes 67.7%
    • Christina Avalos, Democratic
      39,465 votes 29.5%
    • Charles R. "Chuck" McGlawn, Libertarian
      3,871 votes 2.8%

    State Assembly

    Member; California State Assembly; District 72

    • Lynn Daucher, Republican
      51,845 votes 67.9%
    • G. Nanjundappa, Democratic
      21,473 votes 28%
    • Brian Lee Cross, Libertarian
      3,147 votes 4.1%


    Justice; California State Supreme Court (Yes/No)

    Justice, California State Court of Appeal; District 4 Division 1 (Yes/No)

    Justice, California State Court of Appeal; District 4 Division 2 (Yes/No)

    Justice, California State Court of Appeal; District 4 Division 3 (Yes/No)

    Superior Court Judge; County of Orange; Office 21

    Superior Court Judge; County of Orange; Office 22

    Superior Court Judge; County of Orange; Office 27


    State Superintendent of Public Instruction; State of California

    Trustee; Rancho Santiago Community College District; Trustee Area 2

    • John R. Hanna
      47,318 votes 71.1%
    • Steve Rocco
      19,247 votes 28.9%


    County Clerk/Recorder; County of Orange

    Public Administrator; County of Orange


    Mayor; City of Orange

    • Mark A. Murphy
      22,029 votes 100.0%

    Council Member; City of Orange (2 Elected)

    • Carolyn V. Cavecche
      17,067 votes 38.5%
    • Steven Frank Ambriz
      8,621 votes 19.5%
    • Mike Perry
      5,601 votes 12.6%
    • Mark J. Burkhardt
      5,514 votes 12.4%
    • Ernest J. Glasgow
      4,031 votes 9.1%
    • Fred Dageforde
      2,484 votes 5.6%
    • Jimmy Lona
      985 votes 2.2%

    Special District

    Board Member; Municipal Water District of Orange County; Division 2

    • Larry D. Dick
      27,941 votes 59.8%
    • Mitchell Parsons
      8,813 votes 18.8%
    • William D. Little, Jr.
      4,054 votes 8.7%
    • Robert L. Douglas
      3,776 votes 8.1%
    • Gabor Takacs
      1,537 votes 3.3%
    • Will B. King
      640 votes 1.4%

    State Propositions

    Proposition 46 Housing and Emergency Shelter Trust Fund Act of 2002
    3,895,071 / 57.5% Yes votes ...... 2,880,506 / 42.5% No votes
    Should the state create a trust fund by selling two billion one hundred million dollars ($2,100,000,000) in general obligation funds to fund twenty-one types of housing programs--including multifamily, individual and farmworker housing?

    Proposition 47 Kindergarten-University Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 2002
    4,044,743 / 59.0% Yes votes ...... 2,809,844 / 41.0% No votes
    Should the state sell thirteen billion fifty million dollars ($13,050,000,000) in general obligation bonds for construction and renovation of K-12 school facilities and higher education facilities?

    Proposition 48 Court Consolidation
    4,642,292 / 72.8% Yes votes ...... 1,735,074 / 27.2% No votes
    Should the California Constitution be amended to delete references to the municipal courts?

    Proposition 49 Before and After School Programs. State Grants
    3,857,409 / 56.6% Yes votes ...... 2,958,458 / 43.4% No votes
    Should funding for before and after school programs be substantially increased, and starting in 2004-05, should general funds be permanently earmarked for this program?

    Proposition 50 Water Quality, Supply and Safe Drinking Water Projects. Coastal Wetlands Purchase and Protection
    3,727,561 / 55.4% Yes votes ...... 3,006,792 / 44.6% No votes
    Should the state borrow three billion four hundred forty million dollars ($3,440,000,000) through the sale of general obligation bonds for a variety of water projects including coastal protection, the CALFED Bay-Delta Program, integrated regional water management, safe drinking water, and water quality?

    Proposition 51 Distribution of Existing Motor Vehicle Sales and Use Tax
    2,712,675 / 41.4% Yes votes ...... 3,839,788 / 58.6% No votes
    Should the sales and use taxes raised from the sale or lease of motor vehicles be permanently allocated to specific transportation projects?

    Proposition 52 Election Day Voter Registration
    2,745,473 / 40.6% Yes votes ...... 4,019,211 / 59.4% No votes
    Should legally eligible California residents presenting proof of current residence be allowed to register to vote on Election Day?

    Local Measures

    Measure A Campaign Reform Ordinance -- County of Orange
    188,224 / 34.8% Yes votes ...... 352,374 / 65.2% No votes
    Shall the County of Orange Reform Ordinance be repealed and reenacted to allow an increase in the campaign contribution limit only if approved by the voters, allow intra-candidate transfers of campaign funds, require additional reporting of late independent expenditures, allow the Board of Supervisors to establish an administrative procedure for the enforcement of the Ordinance and make other changes in the Ordinance

    Measure B Environmental Remediation -- County of Orange (Advisory)
    317,289 / 60.7% Yes votes ...... 205,686 / 39.3% No votes
    Advisory Vote Only. Prior to the transfer of ownership of MCAS El Toro, a toxic "Superfund" site, should the County demand from the Department of the Navy that the following conditions be met: 1) a complete and thorough study of the toxic contamination found or expected to be found at El Toro that incorporates and addresses the inconsistent toxic finding s of the Department of Navy's analysis, the local redevelopment authority's "GeoSyntec Report", and the City of Irvine study entitled "Navy's Underestimation of Solvent Contamination at the MCAS, El Toro"; 2)remediation costs necessary for its intended use, including identification of funds to complete removal of all toxic contamination; 3) the identification of funds to reimburse the community for any direct or consequential damages or costs the community incurs as a result of contamination; and 4) that the actual clean-up and remediation of El Toro must be completed prior to its transfer or sale?

    Measure E School Bond -- Rancho Santiago Community College District
    50,597 / 64.0% Yes votes ...... 28,449 / 36.0% No votes
    Santa Ana College/Santiago Canyon College Student Safety, Classroom Repair/Technology Renovation Measure. To prepare students for 4-year college and jobs; Relieve overcrowding; Improve fire safety/security; Train teachers, nurses, firefighters, and police/sheriffs; Repair wiring/upgrade computer technology; Renovate libraries/classrooms; Repair/acquire/construct/equip college sites, buildings, laboratories and classrooms; shall Rancho Santiago Community College District issue $337,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, appoint Citizens' Oversight Committee, perform annual audits, with no money for administrator's salaries?

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