Tou Xiong won the Primary Election on August 11, 2015 moved him to the General Election

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SUAB HMONG NEWS — Tou Xiong is running for the City council seat in the City of Maplewood, Minnesota and he won the Primary Election held on Tuesday August 11, 2015.

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“We won this time but there is still the final one is coming up…” said Tou Xiong.

Tou Xiong thanks to everyone in the City of Maplewood to come out to vote.

Below taken from Tou Xiong’s website: http://www.friendsfortou.com

Tou Xiong is a Minnesota native, born and raised in St. Paul. He has been a resident of Maplewood for over12 years. Tou is a graduate from William Mitchell College of Law. He has a Bachelors of Arts in Economics from St. Cloud State University. Tou worked for the Policy & Community Development Division in the Minnesota Housing Financial Agency. He also worked for Minnesota Legal Aid and the Public Health Law Center. Tou serves as a Trustee on the Ramsey County Library Board of Directors. Tou also serves as a Member of the Senate District 53 Executive Committee.

Tou’s parents were refugees from Laos. Tou has 4 younger brothers, 3 sisters and 3 brother-in-laws. He is the oldest son. He has 3 nieces and 1 nephew.

During his spare time, Tou is a sports lover and particularly a big fan of football. One thing some people may not know is that Tou can sing! He has performed at the Hmong New Year Celebration and at college university events hosted by student organizations. He can sing in Hmong & Chinese. Tou enjoys spending quality time with his family most of all.

Watch Suab Hmong News to get the full insight of Tou Xiong winning the Primary Election.

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