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Orange County, CA June 8, 2010 Election
Public Administrator; County of Orange Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Aug 20 9:40pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (2084/2084)
30.1% Voter Turnout (482,708/1,603,312)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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John S. Williams 204,175 votes 58.4%

  • Occupation: Public Administrator of Orange County
Colleen D. Callahan Click here for more information about this candidate 82,475 votes 23.6%
  • Occupation: Superior Court Clerk
  • Associates Degree/Business
  • Paralegal Degree/Fullerton College
  • Stop Overspending Public Funds
  • Highest Quality of Care to the public
  • Cutting Costs
Steve Rocco 39,381 votes 11.3%
  • Occupation: Retired Educator/Caregiver
Kevin Vann Click here for more information about this candidate 23,425 votes 6.7%
  • Occupation: Deputy Public Guardian
  • Experienced - Public Adiminstrator/Public Guardian since 2005, and a 23 year County employee
  • Education: Bachelor of Science degree/California State University Fullerton
  • Eliminate Wasteful Spending
  • Invest Loyal Interest in Taxpayers and Clients
  • Create transparency

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