AAPI Victory Fund Endorses Representative Andy Kim for Re-Election

by | Aug 9, 2022 | Uncategorized

WASHINGTON — Today, AAPI Victory Fund announced their latest endorsement for the upcoming midterm elections: Representative Andy Kim of New Jersey’s 3rd congressional district for re-election. Rep. Kim is the son of Korean immigrants, a Rhodes scholar, and the product of New Jersey public schools. This year, if re-elected, Rep. Kim is ready to create opportunities for future Americans.

AAPI Victory Fund President and CEO Brad Jenkins issued the following statement:

“We are extremely proud to endorse Rep. Andy Kim for re-election. Rep. Kim has displayed honorable conviction and leadership by respecting our temples of democracy. His unwavering commitment to putting his people and constituents first has not disappointed. Rep. Kim knows that successful leaders deliver tangible solutions, and he consistently rolls up his sleeves and gets to work, putting his community at the heart of his work. Rep. Kim has shown that he will fight for his community and constituents by focusing on issues that matter most to New Jersey residents – accessing high-quality affordable healthcare, investing and supporting small businesses, and creating policies to mitigate the climate crisis. We are incredibly honored to be endorsing a distinguished candidate and we look forward to what Rep. Kim has to offer to his community.” 

AAPI Victory Fund Co-Founder Tung Nguyen issued the following statement: 

“This is an exciting time to highlight the extraordinary work that AANHPI candidates have done as we are continuing our round of endorsing candidates up and down the ballot. Rep. Andy Kim is committed to fighting for the safety of his community and constituents as well as the livelihoods and futures of the next generation of American leaders. We are so proud to be endorsing an admirable candidate.”  

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The AAPI Victory Fund is focused on mobilizing Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) eligible voters and moving them to the ballot box.