FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, September 23, 2022
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GARDEN GROVE, CA – An article published yesterday in AsAm News highlights how Lieutenant Commander Jay Chen centers his upbringing in his campaign for Congress. The son of Taiwanese immigrants, Jay Chen, has seen firsthand how much harder immigrant families must work to access opportunities. That experience is why Jay Chen runs a campaign that prioritizes everyday families over special interests and wealthy donors.
“If you don’t have a seat at the table you are going to be on the menu. I wanted to become one of those who could speak out in defense of our community if it’s under attack…who can point out when any underrepresented community comes under attack,” Chen elaborates in the article. Now amidst rising anti-Asian hate crimes paired with attacks by Republicans on our fundamental rights, candidates need to rise to the occasion. While Jay Chen has defended freedom and liberty domestically and abroad, Michelle Steel has worked daily to strip rights away from Orange County families.
“Congresswoman Steel’s politics are out-of-touch with the will of voters in California’s 45th district,” said Lt. Commander (res.) Jay Chen. “Now more than ever, it is important that our community in Orange County has representation that prioritizes their interests. I am running for Congress because families like mine deserve a Congress member who fights tooth and nail for their interests. I am the only candidate dedicated to that fight, and I am confident voters will see that come November.”