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Title
Orange County Supervisor Candidates Debate - 2nd District
Date Created and/or Issued
1998-10-22
Contributing Institution
Orange County Archives
Collection
California Revealed from Orange County Archives
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Description
Candidates debate for 2nd district Supervisor in Orange county. A debate that would cover all the hot topics of 1998 in Orange County. Still reeling from Orange County's bankruptcy, incumbent Jim Silva defends his position on the proposed expansion of the El Toro marine base into a commercial airport.
Type
moving image
Format
Master
U-matic
Form/Genre
Political
Extent
1 Tape of 1
Identifier
castaoca_000035
Subject
Campaign
City Councils
Local government--Orange County
Politics
2nd District Supervisor
Place
Orange County (Calif.)
Provenance
Orange County Archives
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