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LWV League of Women Voters of California
Orange County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
 Smart Voter Ken Morrison

Candidate for
Council Member; City of Tustin

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Biographical Highlights
  • 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.
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • 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.
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Key Endorsements
  • California Organization of Police and Sheriffs
  • Former Tustin Mayor Jim Potts (current Irvine Police Detective)
  • Tustin School Board Member and former President Jane Bauer
Position Papers
Ten-Point Plan
My detailed Ten-Point Plan will help to preserve and enhance the best of Tustin.
Responsive Local Government
Local elected officials should remain truly free and independent to represent only the interests of Tustin residents.
Tustin At a Crossroads
If Tustin moves in the direction I've outlined, we'll retain our small town charm with the amenities of an urban area, a strong economic foundation, and a safe, enriched, and wholesome quality of life ideal for families.
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