Created on Thursday, 17 June 2010 09:25
By Richard Wanglue. June 16, 2010, Cha (Tshaj) Yang was on the Suab Hmong Radio LIVE TalkShow to talk about his platform that will lead him to win the state senate seat for district 67 in Minnesota.
“The primary election in Minnesota is on August 10, 2010 and we must win the primary election in order for us to win the actual election” said Cha Yang.
Click here to listen to Cha (Tshaj) Yang LIVE on the Suab Hmong Radio TalkShow.
“The most challenging for this campaign is that there are total four Hmong candidates that are campaigning to win the same State Senate seat and there are candidates other than Hmong also on the ballot. The positive thing is that I will win the election” said Cha Yang.
The current candidates who are campaigning to win the State Senate seat for District 67 are:
Cha Yang (website: http://chaforsenate.com/)
Chai Lee (website: http://chaileeforsenate.com/)
Foung Hawj (website: http://founghawj.com/index.htm)
Vang T Lor (website: can not find his website at the time this article was published)
Cha Yang’s platform and solutions included more jobs, affordable healthcare, improving K12 education, more funding for higher education, keep the east side St. Paul safe, protecting the environments, reduce the state of Minnesota deficit, and lower property tax and reimburse property tax.
The population on District 67 is over 75,000 and Hmong make up about 10 percent of the population.