————————– Before this press release, I went to Candidates’ Forum/Debate of six Democratic candidates for the Maryland House of Delegates in district 19 on June 23, 2010. Name of 6 other candidates are Sam Arora, Vivian Scretchen, Hoan Dang, Jay Hutchins, Bonnie Cullison, and Benjamin F. Kramer. Benjamin F. Kramer is incumbent. According to previous newswires, other two incumbents are probably not running. Enclose is URLs of pictures and video clips of the debates of Hoan Dang so you can see if you can support him. I supposed to write two articles but because of technical problem of uploading video clips until last Sunday. Note: Not all other candidates’ pictures are in in this one. http://vietdc.net/cd062310/ http://viethdtv.com/1.html Attached is the press release from Hoan Dang. ————————– For Immediate Release: Tuesday, June 29, 2010 Contact: Vel Hernandez, (240) 516-8109 Vel@HoanDang.com STATE DELEGATE CANDIDATE HOAN DANG RECEIVES ENDORSEMENT FROM COALITION OF ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN DEMOCRATS OF MARYLAND SILVER SPRING, Md.? — State delegate candidate (District 19) Hoan Dang received the endorsement of Coalition of Asian Pacific American Democrats of Maryland (CAPAD-MD). Citing his ?lifelong? dedication to service and commitment to civic duties, CAPAD, an official caucus under the Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee, offered its endorsement for Dang. “CAPAD unanimously supports a strong leader who, as a 34-year resident of Montgomery County, has extensive experience in community service. A leader of service and dedicated community activist, Hoan Dang has worked tirelessly to bring positive impacts on the culturally rich and diverse community of Montgomery County, and we are proud of his proven leadership,? CAPAD Co-Chairs George Dang and Dr. Partha Pillai said. Dang, an American of Vietnamese descent, came to the United States in 1975. While rebuilding a new life in the land of hope and opportunity, Dang developed a passion to help and serve others ? a commitment he has actively demonstrated for over the past two decades in Montgomery County. He has led dozens of community-based initiatives and charity projects that focus on advancing the voice and power of the region?s multicultural community. Since 1997, Dang has served on the board of the Maryland Vietnamese Mutual Association (MVMA), a nonprofit organization that has helped over 20,000 immigrants from Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe, Africa and Latin America become U.S. citizens. During his tenure as chair and president from 2001-2009, MVMA was recognized by the Harman Family Foundation’s Catalogue for Philanthropy as “one of the best small charities in the Greater Washington Region.” ?His lifelong commitment to serving others and many distinguished civic duties makes him a top candidate who will serve in the best interests for all residents in District 19,? CAPAD-MD Co-Chairs Dang and Pillai said. Please visit www.HoanDang.com for more information on Hoan Dang?s candidacy to represent District 19 in the Maryland House of Delegates. ###]]>

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