FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Irvine Chamber Committee Announces County, State Candidate Endorsements
IRVINE, CA – The Irvine Chamber Educational Political Action Committee (ICEPAC) on August 10 announced its endorsements for county and state candidates with pro-business stances. They are:
- Andrew Do, Orange County Board of Supervisors, District 1
- Young Kim, CA Assembly District 65
- Steven Choi, CA Assembly District 68
- Travis Allen, CA Assembly District 72
- Matthew Harper, CA Assembly District 74
- Ling Ling Chang, CA Senate District 29
- John Moorlach, CA Senate District 37
“ICEPAC recognizes that the quality of life for California’s families depends on businesses of all types and sizes thriving. ICEPAC therefore endorses candidates with a demonstrated commitment to fostering a healthy business environment in Irvine, Orange County, and the State of California,” said registered patent attorney and ICEPAC Chair Howard Klein.
The Irvine Chamber will continue to consider candidates for endorsement.
While the Irvine Chamber does not endorse city council or mayoral candidates, the Chamber will host the 2016 Irvine Candidates Forum on Thursday, Sept. 29, 5:30 – 8 p.m., at UCI. The event is free and open to the public, providing residents of Irvine the opportunity to meet and hear the candidates running for City Council and Mayor speak about their goals and visions for the city.
For more information, contact Whit Peterson at WPeterson@IrvineChamber.com.
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To help make California a business-friendly state, a group of business people who work together as ICEPAC, identify and support pro-business candidates for elected office; advocate pro-business, job-creating ballot-measure positions; educate the public on issues and policies affecting business and free enterprise; actively engage in elections by conducting independent campaigns through print and web-based media; and encourage business leaders to assume an active role in government.
ICEPAC is a political action committee registered with the state of California (ID#1241932). ICEPAC can accept contributions from individuals, corporations and most other domestic entities.