Lynn Daucher

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Lynn Daucher (born 1946) is a United States politician who was a Republican California State Assemblywoman from Orange County from 2000 until 2006 when she was term limited. That year, Daucher ran for the California State Senate seat being vacated by Joseph Dunn, but lost to Orange County Supervisor and former Assemblyman Lou Correa by 1,392 votes (a 1% margin).[1] Daucher formerly served as the director of the California Department of Aging.


Local politics[edit]

Daucher was first elected to public office when she was elected to the School Board for Brea Olinda Unified School District in 1980, and in her final two years on the board she served alongside fellow future Assemblymember Todd Spitzer.

In 1994, Daucher was elected to the Brea City Council, where she served until her election to the Assembly. She served a year as mayor during her time on the council.

Education[edit]

Daucher holds a Bachelor's Degree in Education with a minor in mathematics from the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York.[2]

Private life[edit]

Daucher has lived in the Orange County city of Brea for the past thirty-six years, with her husband of thirty-eight years, Don. They have four grown children.[3]

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