Kristy (Kashoua) Yang becomes the first Hmong elected judge in the United States

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SUAB HMONG NEWS (04/04/2017) – Kristy (Kashoua) Yang won the election on April 4, 2017 to become the first Hmong woman elected judge and the second Hmong judge in the United States.

CLICK HERE to watch Suab Hmong News coverage of Kristy Kashoua Yang wins election to become the first Hmong woman elected judge and the second Hmong judge in the United States.

Yang ran for Circuit Court Judge, Branch 47 in Milwaukee County.  Yang defeated Scott A. Wales by total vote of 49,394.

Kristy Yang    49,394    57%
Scott Wales    36,732    43%

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Below are photos taken during the Suab Hmong News exclusive interview.

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