Introducing Armando de la Libertad- Armando is running for CA State Assembly in Anaheim, Garden Grove  and Santa Ana areas. 

Armando hails from a working class family that taught him the values of hard work and community service. From one-time busboy to bank vice-president, Armando knows what it takes to get the job done. 

Armando's impressive mix of public, private, and non-profit experience includes working for the Office of Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez, the U.S. Department of Commerce, and the U.S. State Department. He currently acts as Vice President of Community Development at Well Fargo Bank and serves on various community boards. 

As a congressional aide, Armando responded to community needs in housing, public safety, and business. Armando plans to use his experience to bring more business investment into Central Orange County. 

Armando is grateful for the support and endorsements of Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez, Asian Business Coalition, USA Veterans Association-NMCB58, Voices & Votes of Silent Americans Association, Irvine Councilman Sukhee Kang, Garden Grove School Board Member KimOanh Nguyen-Lam, Community College Trustee Michael Matsuda and many others.

During his first year with Wells Fargo,
Armando doubled the bank's local community reinvestment. Over the past five years, the result has been improved access to banking services in Central Orange County, improvement of dilapidated housing, and more support for job preparation and business finance programs.

Armando has demonstrated a strong commitment to volunteer service.
Among his many roles, Armando has served as a board member of Human Options (a domestic violence shelter), a board member of Kennedy Commission (affordable housing), a Corporate Advisor to the Black Chamber of Commerce, the former Chair of the Hispanic Education Endowment Fund, the former Vice Chair of the Orange County Asian Pacific Islander Community Alliance.

Armando's educational background includes
a civil engineering degree from U.C. Berkeley and a Master of Public Policy degree from the JFK School of Government at Harvard University.
Armando's wife Belinda owns an Information Technology consulting firm and serves on the region's YMCA Board of Managers.

In June 2006, voters will decide who will fill an open Assembly seat in Central Orange County (Anaheim, Garden Grove, Santa Ana).
With strong support from friends and neighbors, Armando plans to focus on education, public safety, and the economy.

Armando with Garden Grove School Board Member KimOanh Nguyen-Lam, Radio Host Xuyen Matsuda, and Businessman Phu Nguyen 


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USA BUSH welcomes CHINA HU 2006-04-20 President Bush and President Hu of People's Republic of China Participate in Arrival Ceremony at  The South Lawn
China is home to an ancient civilization, and it is helping to shape the modern world. In a single generation, China's economy has moved from isolation and stagnation to engagement and expansion. As China has grown, our two peoples have come to known one another better.

Thirty-five years ago this month, the Chinese government welcomed the United States ping pong team to Beijing. (Laughter.) It's an event that marked the beginning of renewal -- renewed cultural exchanges between our two nations. Today Chinese athletes compete professionally in the United States, and Americans appreciate the opportunity to see them play.

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