Garden Grove, Calif. – The Democratic Foundation of Orange County has endorsed Kim Nguyen for Garden Grove City Council, District 6. The Democratic Foundation of Orange County’s mission is to elect Democrats locally throughout Orange County.
Founded in 1983, the DFOC is comprised of a broad coalition of professional, business, labor, environmental, civil rights and political leaders who are dedicated to developing the financial resources to support an effective Democratic presence in Orange County. The DFOC is known for sponsoring high-profile events to increase the visibility of Democrats and Democratic ideas. In addition, the DFOC provides a forum to develop and discuss political and public policy issues of local and national importance.
The Foundation has played a vital role in electing Loretta Sanchez and Alan Lowenthal to the U.S. House of Representatives; Tom Daly and Sharon Quirk-Silva to the California State Assembly; Lou Correa to the California State Senate; and in electing numerous other Democrats to various local offices.
“I am beyond grateful to receive the endorsement of an organization as prestigious as the Democratic Foundation of Orange County,” said Kim. “As a Democrat, I will work with the DFOC to help bring a more inclusive and open vision to Garden Grove and help foster new leadership from our city’s youth.”
The endorsement of the Democratic Foundation of Orange County is the latest among many other distinguished endorsements that include:
Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez
Former State Senator Lou Correa
Assemblyman Tom Daly
Garden Grove City Councilman Kris Beard
Westminster School Board President Jamison Power
Coastline Community College Trustee and Former Congressman Jerry Patterson
Rancho Santiago Community College Trustee Larry Labrado
Garden Grove Firefighters
L.A./Orange Counties Building and Construction Trades Council
Orange County Labor Federation
UA Local 582: Plumbers & Steamfitters
International Union of Operating Engineers Local 12
Ironworkers Local 416
Women In Leadership just to name a few.
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