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It says Thursday at 6-7:30PM. I think the only ones that will show are mostly his friends and neighbors. I doubt he will stand a chance but I wish him the best of luck anyway. He will certainly need it.
Andy Lam owns a building across the street from my home. If you saw how he managed this building you would be laughing along with the rest of the neighborhood. Public record shows the police were called over 25 times in lest than three months on his building. Not to mention his building is the disgrace of the block.He might want to start managing one building before he attempts to run a ward.
Andy needs to put more time and effort in his campaign, especially with the website. His core supporters would naturally come from the local Asian community, but the guy hasn't even made much effort to connect. Nonetheless, it is nice to see someone from the Asian community getting involved. It's a good start.
Someone like Mr. Lam who trashes the other candidates and actually questions whether or not they live in the ward is an automatic FAIL in my book.As is anyone who says the ward is horrible, but hasn't said a damn thing about it publicly or made any attempts to fix things in the past.A small thing, but after 19 years, maybe he could learn to spell "Shiller" correctly as well.Needless to say, my vote isn't going to Andy.
Now... who went to this? :-)
It was a great event!
Really Andy ... tell us more.
Hi CTA, We had about 50 different voters showed up at different times and they all signed my petition. I was interviewed by Monica from World Journal, the largest circulated Chinese language newspaper in the US. Most importantly, people had a chance to meet me personally and expressed their views. The more I am in to the democratic process, the more I enjoy it! Thanks.