Tuesday, June 7, 2016

OC Register Endorses Andrew Do for OC Supervisor


The largest newspaper in Orange County endorses current Supervisor Andrew Do in his bid for re-election.

"...In his nearly 17 months on the board after winning a special election, Andrew Do has taken a role of leadership, helping craft county policies that prioritize public safety, creating a more open and transparent county government and tackling our region’s homelessness crisis.
Mr. Do has our endorsement and the voters would be wise to return him to office."

Supervisor Andrew Do is well liked in the community and is known for his outreach efforts to ensure that all voices are being heard.  He ability to focus on issues and cut away the politics has enable him to work with oppositions to tackling problems.   Recently, he was in Sacramento for a ceremonial event with the State Senate.   President Pro Tem Kevin de Leon (D) half joking told him, you are next on my target list.  

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