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Ling-Ling Endorsed by the San Bernardino County GOP

Posted by OC Insider on April 2, 2014

Since I’m tired of seeing Allen Wilson’s overtly one-sided bias against Ling-Ling Chang…

imageLing-Ling Chang has amassed more endorsements from public officials and political organizations than her top two opponents combined.

In this hotly contested race, she’s gotten the support of Congressman Ed Royce and Senate Republican Leader Bob Huff, whose districts both cover the entirety of the 55th District which Ling is running in. She’s also been endorsed by Congressman Paul Cook, Board of Equalization Member Michelle Steel, Senator Mimi Walters, LA County Supervisors Mike Antonovich and Don Knabe, Orange County District Attorney Tony Rauckauckas, San Bernardino County Supervisors Janice Rutherford and Gary Ovitt, and most recently, she announced that she earned the support of the San Bernardino County Republican Party (see below).

This came today:

http://www.ling4assembly.com/sbgop

 

Ling-Ling Endorsed by the San Bernardino County GOP

For Immediate Release March 28, 2014

Diamond Bar City Councilwoman and candidate for the state Assembly Ling-Ling Chang built on her continued momentum by receiving the endorsement of the San Bernardino County Republican Party last night.

“I’m grateful for the support of the San Bernardino County Republican Party,” said Chang. She added, “Californians can count on me to work hard to cut government waste and fight taxes in the Assembly and to put the ‘free’ back in free enterprise.”

“Ling-Ling Chang has proven an incredible commitment to helping the private sector grow our economy,” said County Supervisor Gary Ovitt, who is a past San Bernardino County Republican Party Chairman. “Republicans can be confident that she will continue to fight for small businesses by getting government out of their way in the Assembly,” he added.

In addition to the San Bernardino County Republican Party, Chang has earned the endorsements of Congressman Ed Royce, Congressman Paul Cook, state Senate Republican Leader Bob Huff, San Bernardino County Supervisor Janice Rutherford and Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas. Chang has also received the strong support of the Orange County Young Republicans, Inland Valley Young Republicans, San Bernardino County Young Republicans as well as Senators Mimi Walters and Tom Berryhill, and Assemblymembers Diane Harkey and Don Wagner.

Ling-Ling Chang has been twice elected to the Diamond Bar City Council and served as Mayor in 2011-2012; she previously served as an elected member of the Walnut Valley Water District’s Board of Directors, including a term as Board President. Councilwoman Chang has focused on job creation and economic development, fighting tax increases and helping private enterprise through removing regulatory burdens. Chang, who also served as President and CEO of the Youth Science Center, was previously honored as “Woman of the Year” by the California State Assembly. Her husband, Andrew, is an accomplished attorney and active community leader.

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Ling-Ling Chang for Assembly 2014
http://www.ling4assembly.com/

2 Responses to “Ling-Ling Endorsed by the San Bernardino County GOP”

  1. Mike B. said

    Congratulations on amassing an impressive list of elected officials that dont live in the 55th District. Please dont forget to get the all important endorsement of the Modoc County Dog Catcher to add to your list.

  2. lplunk said

    Thank you. Mr Wilson forgets the purpose of journalism is public service, not enacting vendettas.

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