OC’s Andrew Do Announces Run for State Treasurer

Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do has declared his candidacy for California State Treasurer. Do, a Republican, will challenge the re-election of Democrat Fiona Ma, who has held the position since 2019.

Do would be the first Vietnamese-American to hold statewide office in California, according to a news release from his office. He would also be the first Republican elected to statewide office since 2006.

“As State Treasurer I look forward to reforming our state’s investment and financing structures while managing our assets with an eye on protecting working families and those most in need,” said Do.

Before becoming a county supervisor, Do served as a an Orange County deputy district attorney, Garden Grove city councilman, and as the Chief Financial Officer of his business.

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