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Orange County, CA November 2, 2010 Election
Council Member; City of Yorba Linda Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Jan 6 2:58pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (46/46)
55.4% Voter Turnout (898,205/1,621,934)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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John Anderson Click here for more information about this candidate 11,631 votes 26.4%

  • Occupation: Mayor/Deputy DA
  • Deputy District Attorney, OCDA
  • Adjunct Professor, CSUF
  • UC Hastings College of the Law, JD
  • Cal State Fullerton, BS - Political Science
  • Mayor, Yorba Linda City Council
  • Director, OC Sanitation District
  • Completion of the Yorba Linda Town Center
  • Measure Y - the Yorba Linda Ethics Ordinance
  • Balanced budgets during the significant economic downturn
Thomas H. Lindsey Click here for more information about this candidate 10,266 votes 23.3%
  • Occupation: Business Owner
  • BS Degree, Brigham Young University, Microbiology
  • Chairman, Campaign For Kids Measure Y School Bond
  • Citizen's Oversight Committee, Measure Y School Bond
  • CFO Yorba Linda Civic Light Opera
  • Unit Leader Boy Scouts of America
  • CIF Basketball Referee
  • Conservative Republican
  • Fiscal conservative
  • Less governmental intervention
Jan M. (McKane) Horton Click here for more information about this candidate 8,659 votes 19.6%
  • Occupation: Councilwoman/Healthcare Professional
  • Transportation Corridor Agency Alternate 12-2008- present
  • Mayor Pro Tem 2007-2008
  • League of Cities- Orange County Division, Advocacy Committee
  • Southern California Association of Governments: Community, Economic and Human Development Sub Committee, 2008- present
  • Orange County Fire Authority Board Member 1-2007 to 12-2008
  • Transportation Corridor Agency Board Member 1-2007- 12-2008
  • Promote Yorba Linda's economic growth and fiscally responsible governance
  • Continuous improvement in Public Safety
  • Town Center Development is a priority
Brenda McCune Click here for more information about this candidate 5,969 votes 13.5%
  • Occupation: Businessowner/Attorney
  • Western State College of Law 1995
  • Opened Law Office of Brenda McCune 2000
  • Voted as SuperLawyers Rising Star, '04,05,06
  • Featured as OCMetro Top Lawyers in Orange County 2009
  • Served as Member of Executive Committee OCBA Family Law Section, 2001-2003
  • Served as Judge Pro-Tem, Los Angeles Superior Court, 2006, 2007
  • Restoring Civility and professionalism to the council meetings.
  • Encouraging broader range of involvement of the citizens and not only those involved in local special interests.
  • Tackling the issues facing my city without spending hundreds of thousand of dollars in further feasibility studies and consultant opinions.
Richard J. Wolfinger Click here for more information about this candidate 4,837 votes 11.0%
  • Occupation: Businessman/Consultant/Contractor
  • Yorba Linda resident for 31 years
  • Co-owner of Great West Contractors in Anaheim
  • Affordable housing is a major issue
  • I would see if we can make plans for Old Town Center work
  • Update and complete the City's General Plan
Timothy M. McCune 2,747 votes 6.2%
  • Occupation: Engineer/Service Manager

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