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Orange County, CA November 4, 2008 Election
Council Member; City of Fullerton Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Jan 24 10:36am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (101/101)
72.6% Voter Turnout (1,167,657/1,607,989)
Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Sharon Quirk Click here for more information about this candidate 25,450 votes 24.1%

  • Occupation: Councilmember/Educator
  • Mayor 2008
  • 20 years as an Educator, Fullerton Elementary District
  • 40 years as a Fullerton Resident
  • Former Parks and Recreation Commissioner
  • BA, UCLA
  • Married - 4 Children
  • Fiscal Management - Balanced Budget, Adequate Reserves, Maintain/Invest in our infrastructure
  • Balancing Growth and Development
  • Civic Engagement to encourage public participation, open process & foster greater communication between Fullerton citizens and City Council
Shawn Nelson Click here for more information about this candidate 21,285 votes 20.2%
  • Occupation: Fullerton City Councilman/Attorney
  • Mayor, Twice -2004, 2006
  • Married; Three kids
  • Long-time Fullerton Resident
  • Small Business Owner/Law Firm
  • Continuing to Protect Fullerton's Tax Dollars
  • Continuing to Protect Fullerton Citizens' Quality of Life
  • Continuing to Provide Excellent Public Safety
F. Richard "Dick" Jones Click here for more information about this candidate 19,592 votes 18.6%
  • Occupation: Mayor ProTem/Colonel/Doctor
  • Graduated University of Texas Medical Branch - Doctor of Medicine
  • U.S. Air Force Colonel, Retired
  • Member, Fullerton Rotary Club
  • Member, Fullerton Chamber of Commerce - President 1995-1996
  • Fullerton "Man of the Year"
  • Fullerton City Council, 1996-present; (twice elected Mayor)
  • Public Safety
  • Business Development and Balanced Budget
  • Infrastructure and Community Facilities
Karen Haluza Click here for more information about this candidate 16,788 votes 15.9%
  • Occupation: City Planner
  • 18 year Fullerton resident
  • 20 years of experience as a city planner and policy analyst
  • Masters Degree in Public Administration from Cal State University Fullerton
  • Dedicated volunteer and community leader
  • Protecting Neighborhoods
  • Restoring The Public's Trust in City Hall
  • Building A Common Vision For Fullerton
Virginia Han Click here for more information about this candidate 9,137 votes 8.7%
  • Occupation: Realtor for 20 years
  • 25 Year Fullerton Resident
  • Bachelor of Arts in Religion
  • Served on park & rec. commission
  • Past Director of Disability Ministry
  • Past Director of Prison Ministry
  • Korean Community Leader of the Year Award
  • Encourage Community Participation
  • Balance Growth and Development with Fiscal Responsibility
  • Public Safety
Scott Carroll Click here for more information about this candidate 8,419 votes 8.0%
  • Occupation: Engineer
  • MSEE
  • Placentia Traffic & Safety Commission
  • Fullerton Technology Working Group
  • Preserving the entire 510-acre West Coyote Hills as a City, Regional or State open space public park.
  • The designation of Fullerton as a Preserve America Community.
  • The concert venue that is being proposed by Vince Gill and many others.
Richard "Dick" Little 4,865 votes 4.6%
  • Occupation: Audio Engineer

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