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Orange County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
Board Member; Santa Ana Unified School District Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Dec 6 2:34am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (111/111)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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John Palacio 8,015 votes 22.4%
(This candidate has not responded to Smart Voter)

Audrey Y. (Yamagata) Noji 5,916 votes 16.5%
  • Occupation: College Administrator
  • Ph.D., Education, Claremont Graduate University
  • Former Member, Board of Education, 13 years
  • Appointed Commissioner, City of Santa Ana Library Board
  • Community College Administrator--14 years
  • Educator (college/high school) -- 25 years
  • Licensed Marriage, Family, Child Counselor
  • Increase students' proficiency in English writing, reading, and mathematics
  • Improve parent communication--especially related to High School Exit Exam, attendance, and achievement
  • Return ethical decision-making to the board and regain the public's confidence and trust in the board
Lupe Moreno 5,430 votes 15.2%
(This candidate has not responded to Smart Voter) Nadia Maria Davis 5,190 votes 14.5%
(This candidate has not responded to Smart Voter) Oscar Garza 4,489 votes 12.5%
  • Occupation: Library Commissioner/Educator
  • Orange County Budget Analyst
  • Adjunct University Professor
  • President, Washington Square Neigborhood Association
  • Board Member, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
  • Board Member, Communication Linkage Forum
  • Ensure our children become fluent in English and proficient in math.
  • Reduce overcrowding by using bond funds to build new schools.
  • Raise our test scores, make Santa Ana residents proud of their schools.
Robert MuŅoz 3,032 votes 8.5%
  • Occupation: Senior Social Worker
  • Masters Level Senior Social Worker
  • 17 years--Orange County Children and Family Services
  • Orange County "Social Worker of the Year."
  • 2002 Com-Link Neighborhood Hero
  • Vice President--West Floral Park Neighborhood Association
  • Former instructor-- Cypress College
  • Improve district Stanford 9 test scores/Transition students away from bilingual education
  • Accelerate the building of new schools with Measure C funds/Responsible spending of Measure C funds.
  • Create safe schools for the children/Developing before and after school tutoring and activity programs to encourage scholastic excellence.
Nina C. Brazelton 1,940 votes 5.4%
  • Occupation: Retired Government Teacher
  • Education: UCLA, SAJC; Long Beach; Pepperdine; University of Beirut, Lebanon
  • Life Credentials: General Secondary; junior college, counseling; General Secondary Administrative
  • 1.First priority is the "safety" of our children; must have security on campus of all our schools.
  • 2. Repair older school buildings first, then build new schools a s needed
  • 3. Facilitate the classroom teachers; adequate materials, teachers' aides, and non-disrupt
Roland Lujan 1,772 votes 5.0%
  • Occupation: School Stockclerk
  • School site council president 4 yrs.
  • Implemented after school programs at childs elementary
  • sent 360 students to Astro Camp
  • Member Superintendent's parent cabinet
  • PFO and PTA president for 10 yrs. at Greenville and MacArthur
  • Parent of the Year at Greenville and MacArthur (1999-2000) and (2000-2001)
  • Transition children to the English Language earlier
  • Teach children the basic's- reading, writing, math and science
  • Help children to be prepared for college

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