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Lincoln Club of Orange County Endorses Ming for Supervisor

Posted by Newsletter Reprint on September 17, 2013

This just came across the wire from the Ming For Supervisor campaign. It is rather impressive to see somebody get an early endorsement from an organization:

Lincoln Club of Orange County Endorses Ming for Supervisor

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

September 16, 2013

ORANGE COUNTY, CA – The Lincoln Club of Orange County joins the growing list of endorsements for Laguna Niguel Mayor Robert Ming for Orange County Supervisor. Ming is running for the Fifth District Supervisor’s seat being vacated in 2014 by the term-limited Patricia Bates.

“Robert Ming embodies the principles the Lincoln Club stands for,” said Wayne Lindholm, club President. “Robert is a true conservative dedicated to limited government, low taxes, free enterprise, individual liberty, and personal responsibility.”

“I have fought to increase individual freedom and to limit the size and scope of government ever since I was first elected,” Ming said. “I am humbled and honored to be endorsed by the Lincoln Club for Orange County Supervisor.”

Ming is also endorsed by more sitting state legislators, current and former mayors, mayors pro tem, city councilmembers, college board members, school board members, and South County residents than any other candidate for the Fifth District.

Born and raised in Orange County, Mayor Robert Ming and his wife Susie have been married for 21 years and have four children. Ming is Senior Vice President and Associate General Counsel at Jefferies, an international brokerage and investment banking firm. Robert was the Founding President of the Association of California Cities and of the Laguna Niguel Military Support Foundation.  The Fifth District includes the South County cities of Aliso Viejo, Dana Point, Laguna Beach, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Woods, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, San Clemente, and San Juan Capistrano, along with the community of Shady Canyon in the City of Irvine and the unincorporated communities of Coto de Caza, Ladera Ranch, Las Flores, and Wagon Wheel.

For more information about Robert Ming’s campaign for Supervisor, visit  www.robertming.com.

For more information about the Lincoln Club of Orange County, visit  www.lincolnclub.org.

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3 Responses to “Lincoln Club of Orange County Endorses Ming for Supervisor”

  1. OCInsider#33 said

    Doesn’t Ming serve on a city council with the wife of Lincoln Club’s Wayne Lindholm? I am pretty sure this was expected.

  2. Allan Bartlett said

    I might add that in addition to Shady Canyon, the district also includes two precincts here in Turtle Rock where I live.

    • If you could hear what Lisa Bartlett has accomplished, you would not vote for Ming, it is Bartlett all the way. Orange County supervisors needs another accomplished leader to replace Pat Bates. We DONOT need another male attorney on the board. That would mean 3 of them. We need the female balance and leadership that she offers. I have no dislike for Ming…. Bartlett is just the better and only person for this job. Ming has no real leadership experience. She will keep the balance and get the job done. I spent 6 years as the liaison for the 5th district from Tom Wilson and then Pat Bates to the Orange County Association of REALTORS.

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