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Orange County, CA November 4, 2008 Election
Trustee; South Orange County Community College District; Trustee Area 7 Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Jan 24 10:36am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (691/691)
72.6% Voter Turnout (1,167,657/1,607,989)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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John S. Williams 171,950 votes 60.0%

  • Occupation: Trustee, South Orange County Community College District
Carl H. Christensen Click here for more information about this candidate 76,342 votes 26.6%
  • Occupation: Retired Educator
  • History instructor at Saddleback Community College for 28 years
  • President of SOCCCD Faculty Association in 1988-1989.
  • Sergeant in U.S. Army. Earned Combat Infantry Badge in Korean War.
  • Two fire seasons as a Forest Fire Truck Driver in the California Division of Forestry.
  • Employed as a Psychiatric Technician Trainee at Agnew and Sonoma State hospitals.
  • Hitchhiked across the U. S. twice and in Holland, Denmark and France.
  • Considerable acrimony between the various groups at the SOCCCD has led to a threat of a loss of accreditation.
  • Violation of 50% law requiring half of district expenditures be on faculty salaries led to rush hiring of 38 full timers to meet requirements.
  • Unawareness of 50% law had led to the hiring of part timers who were cheaper even on a pro rata basis which often leads to lower quality teaching.
Mo Entezampour Click here for more information about this candidate 38,312 votes 13.4%
  • Occupation: College Professor/Administrator
  • Doctoral degree in molecular biology
  • Experience in Supervision of Academic and Student Affairs
  • Bachelor of Science in biology and chemistry
  • Managing and organizing academic programs at multi colleges
  • Experienc in compliance with state and federal guidelines
  • College budget development, and administration
  • To reallocate resources back to classrooms
  • Develop smart classrooms for our students
  • Build partnerships and alliances with business and industry

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