Young Kim for Congress

Rep. Young Kim endorsed by U.S. Chamber of Commerce

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce announced its endorsement of Rep. Young Kim for reelection in California’s 40th Congressional District. Together at Piccolino’s Ristorante in Mission Viejo, the Chamber applauded Rep. Kim’s long list of legislative accomplishments that will grow Southern California’s economy, reduce inflation, and create jobs.

“California small businesses were hit hardest by the pandemic and continue to adapt to record inflation, supply chain issues and labor shortages. As a small business owner and Ranking Member of the Small Business Subcommittee on Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Workforce Development, I’ll always be an unwavering voice for our small business owners who are working hard to pursue their dream, create jobs and support our local economies,” said Rep. Young Kim. “I thank the U.S. Chamber for the endorsement and am hopeful that we can create pro-growth policies that help our small business owners, reduce burdensome regulations and get our economy back on track.”

“Representative Young Kim’s strong record of leadership and delivering results for the constituents and businesses of California are significant,” U.S. Chamber of Commerce Senior Political Strategist Ashlee Rich Stephenson. “As a small business owner, Rep. Kim deeply understands the challenges and economic needs facing employers, the workforce, and families in California. She is committed to pro-growth policies and free enterprise solutions that will move our nation forward. The U.S. Chamber is proud to support Rep. Kim in her re-election.”

Recently, Rep. Kim has authored bills to help businesses recover from COVID-19 closures and save jobs, crack down on retail crime that continues to be a challenge to businesses, and lower inflation and reduce costs for working class families.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world’s largest business organization with members from small and large businesses to local chambers across America. They advocate for pro-business policies that grow the American economy and create jobs.

Read the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s press release endorsing Young Kim here.

This article was released by Young Kim for Congress.

1 Comment

  1. To quotr a comment (which is actually the reality) on the cypress city hall facebook page: What I find interesting about this post and the comments is that it leads the reader to conclude that this award suggests that the City is fiscally strong. The purpose of my comment isn’t to have that discussion because in order to have it, everyone in the discussion will need to have read the 177 page financial report. What concerns me about the post is that it seems to be designed to give the reader the impression that the city is fiscally strong. If you read the website for the GFOA where they define this award, it includes a concluding sentence about this award which this post chose to leave off. That sentence is: “The goal of the program is not to assess the financial health of participating governments, but rather to ensure that users of their financial statements have the information they need to do so themselves.” Having spent my career in financial management in the Cal State University system with over 10 years as a Vice President of Administration and Finance, I have great respect for what it takes to compile a comprehensive set of financial statements, however, it’s important to understand as the GFOA website states, this award does not claim to assess the financial health of participating governments.

    Just more propaganda with the same people commenting every single time.

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