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

4 Year Term.

Results as of Dec 6 2:34am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (67/67)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Andy Quach 10,061 votes 35.2%
(This candidate has not responded to Smart Voter)

  • Occupation: Planning Commissioner/Businessman
Russell C. Paris 7,123 votes 24.9%
  • Occupation: Appointed Westminster Councilman
  • Retired Army Colonel
  • Graduate, Univ. of Buffalo, College of Arts & Science
  • Elected Director,Midway City Sanitary Dist.
  • Director, Orange County Fire Authority
  • Director, Orange County Library Agency
  • Graduate, Army Command & General Staff College
  • Reduce utility tax.
  • Provide state of art equipment for police to protect our citizens
  • Recommend term limits for mayor/councilmembers
Joy L. Neugebauer 6,812 votes 23.8%
  • Occupation: Businesswoman/Community Volunteer
  • Executive Director Westminster Museum
  • Self-employed Ace Tool Co,/36 yrs.
  • Founder/Director Delta Savings Bank/7 years
  • Citizen of Year
  • Westminster Coucil Member
  • Westminster Mayor
  • Proven taxfighter will provide essential servies cost effectively
  • Will restore accountibilty to City Government
  • Police & fire protection, senior needs,water ,streets,housing ,businness climate improved.
Stephen Nevarez 4,568 votes 16.0%
  • Occupation: Real Estate Broker
  • Planning Commissioner
  • Past President Westminster Chamber of Commerce
  • BS Business Administration, Long Beach State
  • Westminster High School Softball Coach
  • Westminster High School Grad Night Chairman
  • Police, Fire, Paramedics adequately staffed and equipped to protect our citizens
  • Clean up city to attract quality businesses which provide jobs for citizens and revenue for the budget
  • Reduce or eliminate taxes without compromising services.

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