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“I’m supporting Dave Min for Congress in California’s 45th Congressional District because I know that he will work every day to make life better for his constituents in Orange County. On education, environmental protection, healthcare, jobs and a host of other issues, Dave Min has demonstrated that he understands what is at stake and shares our values.”

 

– Congresswoman Judy Chu  (D – Monterey Park)

“I know what it takes for a Democrat to unseat a Republican in Orange County, and I’m proud to endorse Dave Min in the 45th District because he has what it takes and shares my commitment to working families, educators and the future of our children. Dave is a thoughtful, hardworking, and principled leader who has already proven his commitment to listening and fighting for Orange County residents, no matter who they are. As someone who spent 31 years teaching in the classroom, I appreciate Dave’s work as an educator and his focus on building a brighter future for our children. I’m with Dave because he can win and he will stand up for us all in Washington.”

 

– Assemblymember Sharon Quirk-Silva  (D – Fullerton)

“We are proud to support Dave Min’s campaign for Congress. We are impressed by the tremendous job Dave has done advocating for working families over his career and since announcing his candidacy in April. We know that when Dave is elected to Congress, he will be a champion for working families who will fight to strengthen our economy, create good paying jobs, fight for real tax reform that benefits the middle class instead of billionaires and foreign investors, and fix our healthcare system so that it works for everyone.”

The Teamsters are the first labor union to endorse in the race for California’s 45th District.

Teamsters Joint Council 42 represents 23 Teamsters Union Locals located in Southern California, Southern Nevada, Guam, Saipan and Hawaii. Nearly 250,000 working Teamsters and retirees are affiliated with the Joint Council.

Fiona Ma is the 2nd District Board of Equalization (B.O.E.) board member, December 2, 2014.  Her counties are Alpine, Amador, Butte, Calaveras, El Dorado, Fresno, Kern, Kings, Lassen, portion of Los Angeles, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, Modoc, Mono, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, portion of San Bernardino, San Joaquin, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Stanislaus, Sutter, Tulare, Tuolumne, and Yuba.

“Dave Min is exactly the right kind of candidate we need to win in Orange County.”

 

 – Fiona MaChair of the California Board of Equalization

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“Dave Min is a community leader who has demonstrated a deep concern for the cities, businesses and families he will represent. His dedication to public outreach and tenacity for developing solutions to the challenges his constituents face brings a new enthusiasm and fresh prospective to the 45th District. Dave Min is a nationally recognized expert on financial law, a respected educator, and an active member of the local community. Dave shares his family time with friends, neighbors and the Orange County residents he will represent. I am proud to endorse Dave Min’s candidacy for the 45th Congressional District and look forward to the results of his hard work and dedication.”

 

 – Ross Chun, City of Aliso Viejo Mayor Pro Tem 

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“Dave is a warm and thoughtful family man who is running for all the right reasons. He’ll stand up for our values in Congress and put the residents of this district in control for a change. It’s about time.”

 

 – Mary Ann GaidoFormer Longtime Irvine Councilwoman

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“Dave Min understands our Orange County communities. Having visited every corner of the 45th Congressional District, I know he’s the best candidate to represent these cities and create an economy that works for everyone.”

 

 – Sukhee Kang, Former Irvine Mayor

“The Orange County High School Democrats voted unanimously to endorse Dave because we have seen his tireless efforts to engage every person in the community—he takes no constituent for granted. He has taken the time and effort to listen to the issues and concerns of the young people in Orange County, and genuinely values their input. We firmly believe that Dave will be the candidate who can turnout voters—of all ages and backgrounds—in the general election and truly represent the diverse constituency in the 45th district.”

 

  – Orange County High School Democrats

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ASPIRE PAC is the new name of the CAPAC Leadership PAC, which represents over 60 Members of Congress. The ASPIRE PAC offers a voice for the AAPI community and encourages active participation in the U.S. political process.

ASPIRE PAC is proud to endorse Dave Min’s candidacy for California’s 45th District to unseat Rep. Mimi Walters. 

The AAAFund was founded in 1999 to bring together progressive AAPI leaders from each of the major ethnic groups and from all over America.  Our officers, board of directors, advisory board and honorary board represent every major ethnic group and every major region of the country.  Together, we are building a national network of AAAFund chapters, affiliates, and leaders that are increasing the AAPI community’s voice in all parts of the country and at all levels of government.  We are engaging AAPIs: young and old: in the political process, and mobilizing the community behind candidates who care.

The AAAFund is proud to endorse Dave Min’s candidacy for Congress.

“Americans deserve the kind of common sense leadership that will unleash growth, encourage innovation, and restore fiscal responsibility. The NewDemPAC supports candidates who embody these ideals and who reject partisan gridlock to work together to build an economy that leaves no American behind. The NewDemPAC is proud to support Dave’s campaign for Congress.”

 

 – NewDemPAC

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John Palacio

Santa Ana Unified School District Board of Education President

 

Valerie Amezcua

Santa Ana Unified School District Board of Education Vice President

 

 

Mike Eng

Former Assemblyman and Mayor of Monterey Park

 

Ali Taj
Mayor of Artesia

 

David Lau
Former Mayor of Monterey Park

 

Andrew Rodriguez
Walnut City Councilmember