Did you know that longtime Republican Congressman Ed Royce, who supported the Fullerton Council Members who were recently recalled (back when they ran for election, prior to the recall) is facing a serious challenger?
A proud product of Hacienda Heights public schools, Jay has been working hard and giving back his entire life. He was a student leader and academic standout at Wilson High School and earned a scholarship to attend Harvard University. After graduating with honors, he was recruited by a leading global strategy consulting firm to advise Fortune 500 companies on how to solve their most complex business problems.
Jay moved on to build his own small business, investing and managing commercial properties throughout Southern California. He continues to serve his country as an intelligence officer in the U.S. Navy Reserve. He knows firsthand how to create jobs, build a viable business, and balance the books, and he will bring this practical know-how to Washington D.C.
Click here to find out more about Chen’s upcoming events. And here is Chen’s most recent press release:
Jay Chen Kicks Off General Election in Rowland Heights
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Rowland Heights, Calif., July 27, 2012 – With three months left until the November general election, Democratic challenger and local small businessman Jay Chen will kick off the final leg of a hard-fought congressional campaign at his New Capital Restaurant fundraiser this Friday.
The fundraiser’s program will include remarks from State Controller John Chiang and Congresswoman Judy Chu, as well as music and cultural performers.
Local elected officials, including Walnut Valley Councilman Eric Ching, California State Senator Ed Hernandez, Walnut Valley Water Board Member Scarlett Kwong, and Hacienda La Puente School Board President Joseph Chang, will also be present to show their support for Chen and his race against Republican incumbent Ed Royce. Over three hundred guests are expected to attend, and the raised funds will go to reaching out to the almost 400,000 voters of the district.
Congresswoman Chu and State Controller Chiang will be speaking in support of Chen as one of the few Asian-Americans running for Congress and about his candidacy in the newly redrawn 39th district.
In addition, Chen will address Chinese-American relations and how he plans to bring more jobs to America. Chen’s plan to stimulate the economy involves providing tax credits to companies that bring jobs and earnings back into the United States.
Tickets start at $100 per seat, up to table sponsorship levels of $1000 and $2500. Registration will begin promptly at 6:30PM. To RSVP, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.chenforcongress.com.
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