Min Campaign Challenges Trump and GOP Immigration Policy

Irvine – Congressional Candidate Dave Min released the first ad of his campaign in response to Donald Trump’s support for a Republican plan to slash legal immigration and discriminate against immigrants who do not speak English.

“My parents grew up during the Korean War and immigrated here to pursue the American dream,” Min said. “Immigrants like my parents built this country. Donald Trump’s vision for America would harm our economy and our children’s future.”

WATCH THE AD HERE: https://youtu.be/Nvo1nLoCsZU

In contrast with incumbent Congresswoman Mimi Walters (CA-45), who recently said, “Trump has exceeded her expectations,” and has voted with the Trump Administration 100% of the time, Min shares the values of the voters he is seeking to represent in Washington. Located in the heart of Orange County, California’s 45th Congressional District is trending away from Republicans.  

Last year, Hillary Clinton won the district by more than 5 points in large part due to Trump’s hostile rhetoric and policies towards immigrants and minorities. The district is well-educated and diverse with a large population of Asian-Americans (25%), Latinos (18%) and foreign born residents (30%).

“Donald Trump doesn’t understand communities like Orange County, and he doesn’t share our values,” said Min. “We need a representative who will stand up to his dangerous agenda, and do what is right for our community.”

A first-generation Korean-American, Dave Min worked as an enforcement attorney at the Securities and Exchange Commission, as an economic and financial policy advisor in the US Senate, and as an economic policy director at the Center for American Progress. Dave grew up in California, and Dave and his wife Jane settled in Irvine where they both teach at the UC Irvine School of Law while raising their three children.

More Information: https://www.davemin.com