Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do is launching a campaign to address the troubling number of Orange County seniors going hungry. As many as one-third of low-income seniors do not have enough food to eat, according to a report released earlier this year by the Orange County Strategic Plan for Aging.
Andrew Do’s campaign announced the sought-after endorsement of Chairwoman Lisa Bartlett of the Orange County Board of Supervisors. In announcing the endorsement Chairwoman Bartlett said, “I have worked with Andrew Do on the Board of Supervisors and have found him to be a passionate and tenacious leader. I have admired
Supervisor Andrew Do will speak to the Garden Grove Republican Women Federated club on Saturday, May 4, 2019. He will discuss the role of a county supervisor and update members and guests on the homeless situation and other local concerns. The Garden Grove club welcomes Republican and conservative women from
Today, First District Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do won the endorsement from Sheriff Don Barnes, who recognizes the major strides Do has made in protecting and promoting public safety: “Andrew Do has been a collaborative leader in efforts to address public safety challenges like drug addiction, mental illness and homelessness.