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Orange County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
Council Member; City of Tustin Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Dec 6 2:34am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (63/63)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Tracy Wills Worley 6,642 votes 32.5%

  • Occupation: Tustin City Councilmember
  • New Tustin Library
  • Successful build-out of the Tustin Marine Base property
  • The revitalization of Old Town Tustin
Doug Davert 3,727 votes 18.2%
  • Occupation: Businessman
  • 32+ year resident; homeowner; father and husband
  • Planning Commission Chairman
  • Community Volunteer; School Volunteer
  • Superior Court Judge Pro-Tem
  • Recipient of numerous awards and proclamations for community service
  • Twice Chairman of Dinosaur Dash; Dash Volunteer, 10 years
  • FIGHT CRIME! I support expanding successful Gang Unit to protect our kids!
  • PROTECT QUALITY OF LIFE! I will develop MCAS Tustin responsibly; fight increased traffic.
  • DEMAND GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY! I support honest, open government and balanced budgets!
Stephen Melvin 3,414 votes 16.7%
  • Occupation: Businessman/Naval Officer
  • Education: BS Mechanical Engineering (UCSD), Professional Engineer: Mechanical
  • Family: Stephanie Melvin: Teacher (Junior High)
  • Citizen Police Academy, Member - Tustin Pride, Homeowner and family man, Knight of Columbus - St. Cecilia's Parish
  • Director - American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Member - Private Sector Terrorism Response Group, Volunteer - Veterans Day Parade
  • Anti-terrorism Expert
  • KEEP OUR COMMUNITY SAFE: support police and fire and ensure that all businesses are prepared for economy changes and possible terrorist attacks
  • PROVIDE OPEN GOVERNMENT: Improve communication between residents and city hall andhost more town halls where residents are free to express their views
  • INCREASE OUR CITY REVENUE: Revitalize Old Town and protect our tax dollars while maintaining comunity services
Ken Morrison 3,349 votes 16.4%
  • Occupation: Attorney/Retail Business Owner-Operator
  • Education: BA, UCLA; JD, Antioch School of Law, Washington, DC; (Southern California public schools K-12)
  • Family: Wife of 14 years, Sheila, and two beautifully well-adjusted and happy children, Veronika, 7, and Tucker, 4.
  • Orange County Superior Court Judge Pro Tem
  • Special Counsel, City of Irvine (exposed $9.1 million El Toro airport accounting scandal).
  • Founder, Tustin Adopt-A-Block/Vice Chair, Tustin Pride Committee/ Volunteer, Tustin Public Schools Foundation/Graduate, Tustin Citizen Police Academy
  • Leader of Tustin's successful fight for Measures F & W to stop airport expansions near Tustin & promote parkland and open spaces.
  • Prevent traffic congestion and overdevelopment from harming our quality of life and property values;
  • Oppose efforts to build or expand airports near Tustin while continuing my efforts to preserve and promote parkland and open spaces in our community;
  • Demand strict accountability over public funds / Restore long-absent harmony with Tustin School Board.
Brett Floyd 2,275 votes 11.1%
  • Occupation: Tustin Business Owner
  • Republican Majority Council 2002 Recipient
  • Tustin Police Department Volunteer
  • California Republican Assembly
  • National Mortgage Brokers Association
  • Yong Republicans of Orange County
  • Valencia HOA Board of Directors
  • Responsible Development of Tustin Legacy (Formerly Tustin Marine Base)
  • Resolution of our City's Cable Problem
  • Welcoming & Working Attitude with Tustin Unified School District
Bill Mattox 1,058 votes 5.2%
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