LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS
Orange County, CA
March 7, 2000 Election
County Supervisor; County of Orange; Supervisorial District 1|
Results as of Apr 12 5:36pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (220/220)|
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Charles V. "Chuck" Smith
- Occupation: Incumbent
- Saved taxpayers money by adopting the 5-year Strategic Financial Plan, which restored our credit and improved bond rating.
- Worked with Washington and Sacramento to bring more of our tax dollars back home
- Adopted a balanced budget without cutting resources
- Acquired added funding for Santa Ana River Project to lower or eliminate flood insurance
- Held County-wide Summit on Aging for senior advocates, programs and service providers
- Met with leaders of Hispanic Community to prepare for meeting with the President and U.S. counties with largest Hispanic populations
Eleazar G. Elizondo
- Expand anti-gang and crime prevention programs
- Keep taxes low, attract new business and create jobs. The El Toro International Airport is the cornerstone of future economic prosperity.
- Improve health care services and support welfare reform.
- Occupation: Educator
- 4th and 5th grade teacher
- Current Chair of the Community Redevelopment and Housing Commission of the City of Santa Ana
- Graduate of Mater Dei High School and Chapman University
- Former aid to Senator Barbara Boxer
- Former aid to Assemblyman Lou Correa
- Former Civil Rights Analyst for the Department of Justice
- To use the $912 million dollars from the national tobacco settlement for quality health care
- Job training and sustained economic growth
- Work to create accessible housing opportunities
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