Andrew Do

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In response to public concerns over vaccine passports, Orange County Supervisors Chairman Andrew Do and Donald P. Wagner have provided statements against government-issued vaccine passports. Each Supervisor upholds that vaccinations should never be required to access government services, and government must never discriminate against its citizens. Supervisor Andrew Do said, …continue reading

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The City of Cypress has joined together with other cities in West Orange County to cooperate on making the voices heard in the clamor of Orange County and Southern California governance. One visible result has been a cooperative effort to mount Town Halls to inform residents about things of importance …continue reading

Orange County First District Supervisor Andrew Do was unanimously elected today as the new Chairman of the Orange County Transportation Authority Board of Directors, which is responsible for planning, funding, and delivering transportation-improvement projects and public transit for all of Orange County. Chairman Do served as the OCTA board’s Vice …continue reading

At the October 6th Board of Supervisors meeting, the board unanimously passed the Orange County Disabled Veterans Business Enterprise (DVBE), co-sponsored by Chairwoman Michelle Steel and Vice Chairman Andrew Do. The project was a collaborative effort with a small group of prominent disabled veteran CEOs, recognized for their advocacy in …continue reading

Unbeknownst to property owners and renters, some property records in California still contain discriminatory language that promotes racial segregation in our communities. Orange County Board of Supervisors Vice Chairman Andrew Do and Clerk-Recorder Hugh Nguyen have teamed up to propose a proactive approach to combating discriminatory language in recorded property …continue reading

Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do’s Small Business Grant Program, launched in late June, received more than 2,900 applications from small businesses in the First District, making it the county’s most successful small business stimulus program. “We’re delivering relief to Orange County small businesses,” said Supervisor Andrew Do, Vice Chairman on …continue reading

Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do, who authored the County’s first mask requirement for food and pharmacy workers in April, is launching the #MaskUpOC educational campaign to enlist the public’s help to encourage responsible face-covering. “If we all do our part, we can start going back to normal sooner,” said First …continue reading

Vice Chairman Andrew Do (1st District) and Supervisor Doug Chaffee (2nd District) announced the launch of the Latino Health Equity Initiative. Guest speakers included Dr. Clayton Chau, Orange County Health Care Agency’s Director and current Health Officer, and Dr. America Bracho, Executive Director for Latino Health Access. Below are Vice …continue reading

June 30, 2020, Vice Chairman Andrew Do (1st District) and Supervisor Doug Chaffee (4th District) will be hosting a press conference to provide an update on the County’s aggressive efforts to address the spread of COVID-19 in the cities of Santa Ana and Anaheim through the Latino Health Equity Initiative. …continue reading