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Orange County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
City Attorney; City of Huntington Beach Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Dec 6 2:34am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (143/143)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Jennifer Michelle McGrath 22,267 votes 48.2%

  • Occupation: Deputy City Attorney
  • McGeorge School of Law - Top 5%
  • UCLA - B.A. Political Science
  • Huntington Beach Deputy City Attorney for over 6 years
  • Streamline the bureaucracy!
  • Reduce reliance on outside counsel!
  • Improve communication and interdepartmental teamwork!
Ron Davis 12,458 votes 26.9%
  • Occupation: Trial/Civil Attorney
  • BA w/high honors CSULA
  • Cut the cost of legal services to the city and citizens
  • Reduce our reliance on high-price outside attorneys
  • Provide more timely and accurate legal advice to the city
Benjamin Pugh 6,032 votes 13.0%
  • Occupation: Civil Attorney
  • Juris Doctor, Notre Dame Law School
  • B.A. Philosophy, UCLA
  • Graduated with Honors, Edison High School
  • Federalist Society Board Member, Orange County Chapter
  • Member, Orange County Young Republicans
  • End the practice of hiring high-priced outside attorneys to do work the City Attorney should do.
  • Avoid wasteful lawsuits by giving the City Council the correct legal advice.
  • Uphold conservative values.
Alan Leigh Armstrong 5,470 votes 11.8%
  • Occupation: Attorney/Adjunct Professor
  • Engineer with Navy (civil service) 26 years
  • attorney since1984
  • Teaches Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning at Trinity Law School
  • Author, Power of Attorney chapter of California Estate Planning
  • Keep you informed of what the City Attorney's Office is doing and lawsuits Huntington Beach is involved in.
  • Spend the money entrusted to the City Attorney wisely, by handling lawsuits in house whenever possible and hiring outside attorneys only when it is be
  • Resolve Building Code citations quickly to avoid lingering damage to the neighborhood.

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