Marcia Rudolph 25550 Commercentre Dr, Lake Forest, CA92630 City Councilwoman Marcia Rudolph was originally elected to the City Council for a town that didn't exist; in 1988,…More voters rejected incorporation of the City of Saddleback Valley but selected her for the hypothetical city's leadership. Four years later, in part due to Rudolph's efforts, voters approved incorporation of the City of Lake Forest and elected her to the first council. Over the years, she has represented the city at the California Joint Powers Authority, the Orange County Vector Control and the Orange County Library Board.
Kathryn McCullough was first elected in 1994 and was re-elected in 1998, 2002, 2006 and 2010.
She is a…More 34-year resident of Lake Forest, mother of five and is married to Reverend Christopher McCullough, a retired Master Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps. She herself is a minister of the Mission Church in Lake Forest, and a founding member of the Lake Forest Lions Club.</p>
<p>She is a representative to the League of California Cities' State Welfare Reform Task Force and Lake Forest's representative to the Orange County Public Library Advisory Board, a member of the Senior Citizen Advisory Board for the County of Orange and the Vice Chair of the Library Legislative Subcommittee.</p>
Scott Voigts 25550 Commercentre Dr, Lake Forest, CA92630 City Councilman Scott Voigts' 2010 election victory marked the first time in years that a newcomer unseated an incumbent…More on the Lake Forest City Council. The former construction professional is a founder of the Orange County Christian Coalition, a longtime leader in the Conservative Republican Assembly and the co-founder of Family Value Voters Information and the Orange County Christian Coaliton. He has lived in Lake Forest since 1979.
Mark Tettemer 25550 Commercentre Dr, Lake Forest, CA92630 City Councilman Mark Tettemer came to the dais in 2004 after serving on the city's planning commission. An engineer at…More the Irvine Ranch Water District, Tettemer has volunteered with Kiwanis, Heritage Hill and other local philanthropic groups, and has lived in Lake Forest for more than 15 years. In December 2010, he was elected to the position of Chair of the Orange County Fire Authority Board of Directors.
Mayor Peter Herzog 25550 Commercentre Dr, Lake Forest, CA92630 Mayor Peter Herzog was first elected to the Lake Forest City Council in 1994; he has been a resident here since…More 1982. He won the mayorship in 1998, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2010 and 2011. He was instrumental in preventing the El Toro Marine Base from becoming an airport and ensuring that the Musick jail site has not become a maximum-security jail. Mayor Herzog has also served on the Board of the Foothill-Eastern Transportation Corridor Agency and was chairman of the League of Cities Super-Committee for the renewal of Measure M, which passed in 2006. In May 1996, the Mayors of Orange County selected Mayor Herzog to serve on the Orange County Local Agency Formation Commission.