The Tri Ta for Assembly campaign announced the endorsement of Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do.
Supervisor Andrew Do, is a former prosecutor, educator, businessman and judge pro tem. He has a long record of standing up for Orange County residents and has represented Orange County’s First Supervisorial District for nearly eight years.
“Orange County needs a leader like Mayor Tri Ta fighting for us in Sacramento. Ta is a principled leader with a proven record of bringing people together to solve big problems. I look forward to working with him to fight for our community,” said Supervisor Andrew Do.
“I am delighted to have received the endorsement of Supervisor Andrew Do,” commented Mayor Ta. Supervisor Do has been a tireless advocate for our community and has increased public safety, supported small businesses and fought for taxpayers. I look forward to partnering with him to take on Sacramento,” finished Mayor Tri Ta.
Tri Ta is a father, husband, and current Mayor of Westminster running for election in California’s 70th Assembly District.
The district is anchored by Little Saigon which is home to the largest Vietnamese community outside of Vietnam. It is composed of the inland Orange County cities of Westminster, Stanton, Los Alamitos, Fountain Valley, and Garden Grove as well as portions of the cities of Seal Beach, Santa Ana, and Huntington Beach.
Tri Ta’s American Dream started when, seeking political freedom, his family immigrated to the United States from Saigon, Vietnam. Within just a couple of years of arriving here, with hard work and determination, Tri graduated from Cal State Los Angeles.
Tri’s life is an example of what the liberty of the United States can do to impact lives. He wants to make sure every American has these same opportunities… a fair shot… a level playing field. With your help, Tri is excited to continue to serve the people of Westminster, Orange County, and California in the State Assembly.
Learn more about Mayor Tri Ta’s campaign for State Assembly here.