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New York Times: Democrats, Hoping to Retake House, Walk Tightrope in Unlikely Places

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Eileen Aispur tried to contain a bless-your-heart-level giggle as she listened to David Min, a Democrat, explain why she should consider him for a House seat representing this hill-ringed, steamy district south of Los Angeles. “We’re all Republicans here,” she blurted. Still, he persisted. “I’m a fiscally responsible Democrat,” said Mr. Min,…

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Celebrating Father’s Day

For Father’s Day, I wanted to share about Dave, my partner in life and parenting. When Dave and I began dating in law school, I quickly saw what a caring, curious, bright and good person he was. I had a feeling that the future with him would be wonderful. Fifteen years later, as we parent…

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NBC News: ‘Policy Nerd’ Dave Min Wants to Give Up Academia for a Seat in Congress

When Dave Min was growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area, he was told on occasion that he’d make a great politician one day. “I was a hyper rapscallion and always articulate,” Min, now a 41-year-old law professor, told NBC News. “But I never thought about politics — I wanted to be a molecular…

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Min Calls on Walters to Support an Independent Investigation of Trump’s Russia Ties

Calling allegations surrounding President Trump “serious charges that deserve serious investigation” Dave Min is calling on Congresswoman Mimi Walters to vote in favor of an independent investigation into the President’s firing of the FBI director and other alleged misbehavior. “The constant drip of new information, and the partisan back-and-forth that goes with it, is not good…

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In honor of Mother’s Day

To celebrate Mother’s Day, I’d like to share a little about my wife Jane. Jane is the most amazing person I know and is a wonderful mother to our three young children. Every day, she works to show them the value of compassion and the importance of community involvement and advocacy. Jane and I met…

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Korean-American law professor runs for US Congress – The Korea Times

By Jhoo Dong-chan A Korean-American law professor is running for the U.S. Congress in the 45th congressional district, challenging Republican congresswoman Mimi Walters. According to the Orange County Register, University of California Irvine law professor David Min decided to run for the post out of frustration with President Donald Trump. “The straw that broke the…

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HuffPo: Another Dem Jumps In Race to Flip Conservative Orange County

Dave Min, a law professor at the University of California, Irvine and a former adviser to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), is jumping in the race to challenge Rep. Mimi Walters (R-Calif.) in 2018. “This is a unique time in our history,” Min said in a press release Wednesday. “So much of what we…

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LA Times: Another challenge to Walters

Another UC Irvine professor will challenge Orange County’s Rep. Mimi Walters in 2018 Inspired by the November election of Donald Trump, UC Irvine associate law professor Dave Min will challenge Republican Rep. Mimi Walters in Orange County’s 45th Congressional District. “It was a call to action, really,” said Min, a Democrat. “After the election my…

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OC Register: Dave Min will challenge Walters

Dave Min has declared he’ll challenge Republican Congresswoman Mimi Walters, becoming the second Democratic, Harvard-educated UC Irvine law professor to join the 2018 race in the past three days. Min, the 41-year-old son of Korean immigrants and a former aide to Sen. Chuck Schumer, said his decision to run grew out of Donald Trump’s victory…

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Blog: Lessons from Trump’s Health-Care Debacle

WASHINGTON, DC – US President Donald Trump’s domestic economic agenda suffered a major setback last week, when the House Republican leadership decided to withdraw their hastily drafted bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA, or “Obamacare”). Given the high-profile effort the president devoted to the issue, the Republican majority’s failure to produce…

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