Clerk-Recorder candidate Hugh Nguyen picks up more GOP endorsements

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Well, that didn’t take long.  With Supervisor Chris Norby out of the Clerk-Recorder’s race, the endorsements are really starting to pour in for Hugh Nguyen, the only serious candidate to replace current Clerk-Recorder Tom Daly.

Nguyen’s campaign just announced a slew of very big endorsements, including Supervisor Pat Bates, Sheriff Sandra Hutchens and Assemblywoman Diane Harkey. 

Congratulations to Nguyen!  I doubt he will have any trouble beating termed out Buena Park Councilman Art “Stinky Pete” Brown.

Here is Nguyen’s press release:

For Immediate Release Contact: Scott Hart
September 15th, 2009 949-230-6998

ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS CHAIRWOMAN PAT BATES, ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF SANDRA HUTCHENS AND ASSEMBLYWOMAN DIANE HARKEY ENDORSE HUGH NGUYEN FOR ORANGE COUNTY CLERK RECORDER

Santa Ana— Former Chief Deputy Recorder Hugh Nguyen announced today that Orange County Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Pat Bates, Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens and Assemblywoman Diane Harkey have endorsed his campaign for Orange County Clerk Recorder.

“I want to sincerely thank Supervisor Bates, Sheriff Hutchens and Assemblywoman Harkey for their endorsements and vote of confidence. I am truly humbled,” said Nguyen. “Their support will help to continue, and build on, the tremendous momentum of our campaign.”

Along with Supervisor Bates, Sheriff Hutchens and Assemblywoman Harkey, Hugh Nguyen has been endorsed by State Senator Mimi Walters, State Senator Bob Huff, former County Supervisors Marian Bergeson, Cynthia Coad, Harriett Wieder and a number of local elected officials.

For more information on the Hugh Nguyen for Orange County Clerk Recorder campaign please go to www.Hugh4ClerkRecorder.com.

Paid for by Nguyen for County Clerk Recorder 2010


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