Andrew Do’s election as an Orange County supervisor finally is over as a recount confirmed his victory. He beat Lou Correa, a former supervisor, California state senator and assemblyman.
It’s also a victory for the California Republican Party’s outreach to minorities. Do replaces Janet Nguyen, who last November won a seat in the state Senate. As CalWatchDog.com reported, her victory prevented Democrats from reclaiming a 2/3 supermajority in the Senate.
The Do victory also is a mark on the side of state Republican Chairman Jim Brulte’s “ground game” strategy of candidates walking the precincts and speaking before local community groups. He also has urged recruiting local minority candidates who hold to Republican values, such as limited government and tax reform.
Do’s website described him this way:
“Andrew Do is a prominent central county businessman, attorney and Republican who most recently served as Supervisor Janet Nguyen’s Chief of Staff. Born in Vietnam Andrew Do was fortunate to flee the country as a young child during the fall of Saigon eventually settling in Orange County.”
By “flee the country,” he means flee the communist regime that took over South Vietnam 40 years ago.
Another cause of Do’s victory is one we have stressed on this website: When one party gains overwhelming control, as Democrats have in California, it becomes complacent. Victory is just too easy. Which provides openings to challengers from other parties, in this case Republicans.
This story comes from a Feb. 16 posting on Cal Watchdog.
God bless Andrew Do, and may the Good Lord give him the fortitude to stand up for the unborn and their mothers in the right way.
This is wonderful news! Now, I hope someone like Mr. Do will run for Governor of California– and WIN!!
Congratulations, Supervisor Do. The difficult thing now will be for you to continue to stand up for truth, in the face of an overwhelming populace that worships the Golden Calf.
Good luck. We will pray for you.
May God bless the work Supervisor Do performs by representing Catholic and conservative principles in our liberal state of California.
God bless Supervisor Do! This is great news and I pray him the best. May he stand strong and look ahead and not behind him, for the past is the past but today is the present and that is what counts when we fight the good fight!
SAINT GIANNA BERETTA MOLLA,
MOTHER, WIFE, PRO-LIFE PHYSICIAN AND SAINT AND MODEL OF CATHOLIC ACTION PRAY FOR THIS gentleman who is pro-life. May he stay faithful.
It sure does warm the cockle so my sheepish heart when an ardent pro abortion candidate for office is defeated by someone who stands for life. Deo gracias!