Local Leaders Endorse Ted Bui For Assembly
Fountain Valley, CA – – Today, Ted Bui released a list of local leaders who have endorsed him in his campaign for Assembly District 70. The new endorsements include:

Councilman Tai Do of Westminster 
Councilmember George Brietigam of Garden Grove
Mayor Pro Tem Kim Constantine of Fountain Valley
Mayor Patrick Harper of Fountain Valley
Mayor Fred Minagar of Laguna Niguel
Mayor Jeremy Yamaguchi of Placentia
Mayor David Shawver of Stanton
Former Mayor Deborah Pauly of Villa Park
FVSD Board of Trustee Jim Cunneen
Fountain Valley Police Officers’ Association
These endorsements follow the recent announcement of Ted Bui’s support in the Assembly.  Last week, he announced resounding support from the Assembly Republican Legislators including Assemblymembers Kelly Seyarto, Frank Bigelow, Thurston Smith, Randy Voepel, and Laurie Davies among others. You can view other endorsers HERE.

The 70th Assembly District is a newly drawn Assembly District entirely nested in Orange County that includes the cities of Fountain Valley, Westminster, and Garden Grove and portions of Santa Ana, Los Alamitos, Huntington Beach, Stanton, Seal Beach and Midway City. Ted Bui is considered the strongest candidate to hold the seat for Republicans in a November election.

Ted Bui serves as President of the Fountain Valley Rotary Club and is active in the Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce. Fountain Valley is one of the largest cities in the new district, which also includes Garden Grove, Westminster, Los Alamitos, Rossmoor, Stanton and parts of Huntington Beach, Santa Ana and Seal Beach.
As a City Councilman, Ted has led efforts to ease COVID restrictions that harm local small businesses and has been a champion for increased public safety. In addition to crime and the economy, Ted promises to focus his efforts on reducing homelessness and traffic congestion. Ted Bui has been a business owner for over 20 years with a legal background. Ted and his wife, Attorney Rose Bui, have four children.

For more information, please visit www.VoteForTed.com.