California State Assemblymember Evan Low Officially Joins Andrew Yang as National Campaign Co-Chair

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California State Assemblymember Evan Low has officially endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang as he joins the #YangGang as a National Campaign Co-Chair.

“Andrew Yang has proposed the most innovative solutions to the toughest problems facing our nation,” Low, 36, the assemblymember for the 28th California Assembly District that encompasses the heart of Silicon Valley, said in a statement.

“He inspires a brave, bold new vision for our country. His tenacious presidential campaign performance proves he is the candidate we need to make the current occupant of the White House a one-term president. I am proud to endorse Andrew Yang and server as a National Campaign Co-Chair.”

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Low, the youngest openly gay Asian American to become mayor in 2009, is the founder of the California Legislative Technology and Innovation Caucus and the Chair Emeritus of the California LGBT Legislative Caucus.

He has successfully pushed legislation that protects and celebrates LGBTQ rights, fights opioid abuse, and maintains the integrity of the electoral process.

 

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“Evan is a dynamic and proven leader in the great State of California,” the 45-year-old presidential candidate said in the statement. “Time and time again, he has demonstrated his commitment to representing diverse and dynamic voices and enacting policies that make our society more equitable.”

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“I’m excited to welcome this trailblazer to our team as we work to rewrite the rules of the 21st century for our children.”

Low will join Yang for a reception on Thursday to discuss his new role with the campaign and its plans to compete in California for Super Tuesday.

The 36-year-old politician joins a list of celebrities who have endorsed Yang during his campaign, including Ken Jeong, Steven Yeun, Donald Glover, and Dave Chappelle.

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