Orange County’s Republican Legislators and Leaders Endorse Janet Nguyen for Supervisor

Huntington Beach, CA - - Today, less than 24 hours after she announced her candidacy, Senator Janet Nguyen has already secured endorsements from Republican Legislators representing Orange County and from two former Republican Leaders in the Senate and Assembly.


Endorsing Janet this morning are Senator Kelly Seyarto, Assemblyman Phil Chen, Assemblywoman Diane Dixon, Assemblywoman Laurie Davies, Assemblywoman Katie Sanchez, former Assembly Republican Leader Scott Baugh and former Senate Republican Leader Pat Bates.


“I am deeply honored to have the early support of the Republican Legislators and Leaders whom I have worked with on a daily basis for our shared conservative principles,” said Nguyen. “They know I am the candidate who can win this seat and they know that on the Board of Supervisors I will continue my fight to increase public safety, fight homelessness, expand economic opportunities and reduce the cost of living.”


The First Supervisorial District has a +2.5% Republican registration edge. In her 2022 Senate campaign, Janet won inside the First District by a margin of 56% to 41%.


Janet Nguyen was overwhelmingly elected to the State Senate in 2022. Janet is a small-business owner, a former State Assemblymember, former Orange County Supervisor, and former Garden Grove City Councilmember. She is the former Vice-President of Government and Public Affairs for a local Chamber of Commerce.


Born in Saigon, Vietnam, Senator Janet Nguyen and her family escaped communism on a small wooden 10-meter boat sailing across the South East Asia Sea in search of freedom. After passing through numerous refugee camps, Janet and her family arrived in California in 1981. She is a graduate of the University of California, Irvine. She has lived in the district for over 30 years and currently resides in Huntington Beach with her husband, Tom, and two sons.

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