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US Rep. Katie Porter Endorses Kim Bernice Nguyen For Congress

Momentum building for Garden Grove Councilwoman in this swing seat


Source: Nguyen for Congress


Orange County, California - Support continues to build for Garden Grove Councilwoman Kim Bernice Nguyen's campaign for Congress. United States Representative Katie Porter who represents Orange County announced her enthusiastic support for Nguyen with this statement:


"Kim Bernice Nguyen is a true homegrown leader who has always stood up for her community. She'll be a voice for change in Washington, fighting for a woman's right to choose and delivering for working families. I'm proud to endorse Kim Bernice Nguyen for Congress. She's the right choice for CA-45 and I hope you join me in supporting her campaign!"


Porter followed up with an email appeal for donors to support Nguyen's candidacy with a donation:


"It’s Katie Porter here. I have some news to share: I’m officially endorsing Kim Bernice Nguyen for Congress in California’s 45th district! Kim Bernice Nguyen is a true Orange County leader who has always stood up for her community. She'll be a voice for change in Washington — fighting for a woman's right to choose and delivering for working families. Kim is the right choice for CA-45 and I’m excited to support her campaign. Will you join this fight by making a grassroots contribution before Kim’s quarterly fundraising deadline on June 30th?"


Porter's blockbuster endorsement comes on the heels of back-to-back endorsements from Congresswoman Sara Jacobs, Congresswoman Jill Tokuda, Former State Assemblyman Tom Daly, Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris, Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva, and a labor endorsement from the powerful International Union of Painters & Allied Trades (IUPAT) District Council 36.


Kim Bernice Nguyen is the daughter of a Vietnamese refugee and a Mexican immigrant, Kim's story is the quintessential California tale of sacrifice, hard work, and dedication to community. At just 25, she became the youngest person ever elected to the Garden Grove City Council. Now, she's running for Congress to reduce prescription drug costs, increase housing affordability, invest in working families, and strengthen our democracy.




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