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Min’s In for State Senate Run

Former Congressional candidate Dave Min has announced he’s running for state senate.  Here’s his email blast to supporters:

After deliberating with my wife Jane, friends, and dozens of supporters in our community, I’m proud to announce my candidacy to represent California’s 37th District in the State Senate!

The 2018 midterm election was historic for our Orange County community. At a time when so much of what made our community strong came under attack — we banded together against fear and division. And despite the challenges, YOU helped flip every last Congressional seat in this county from red to blue.

I am proud to have played a role in that fight with you, but it is my firm belief that our work is far from finished:

Right now, the state of California is providing genuine leadership against the worst instincts of the Trump Administration — on immigration issues, protecting our environment, and putting an end to the gun violence epidemic. But that leadership is lacking in California’s 37th Senate District under Senator John Moorlach, who is a staunch defender of Trump and a climate change skeptic.

I know we can do better. We can build a brighter economic future for every family in Orange County. We can have a representative that won’t just be an ally, but lead in the fight to protect our planet, advance women’s rights, and achieve universal health care coverage. And we can do that while upholding our values of inclusivity, equality, and opportunity for all.

Dave is a fantastic candidate who earned County and Party endorsements for Congress before Katie Porter topped him in a crowded primary.  On fiscal matters, I’ll take his experience over State Senator John Moorlach’s any day.

Time to get to work for him volunteers!

One Comment

  1. A. Maansore A. Maansore January 10, 2019

    Word on the street is newly elected Costa Mesa Mayor Katrina Foley is thinking about running for state senate just a month after assuming office as the city’s first directly-elected mayor. Nice! Lie to city voters and then spend all your time running for a different office.

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