Vong Mouanoutoua is among candidates seeking election to win a City Council position in Clovis, CA

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 SUAB HMONG NEWS (02/17/2017) – Clovis voters will go to the polls on March 7, 2017 to vote to elect a City Council in Clovis.   The unopposed candidates are Lynne Ashbeck and Vong Mouanoutoua.
Vong Mouanoutoua, 46, came to the United States in 1976 from Laos.  If elected, he would become the first Hmong council member in the Clovis.
Below information taken from Vong Mouanoutoua website www.votevong.com.
Vong Mouanoutoua is intimately involved in the community.  He has been the Chair of Fresno County Economic Opportunities Commission since 2010 (the largest community action agency in the nation) and a Planning Commissioner for the City of Clovis since 2005.
He dedicates his time serving on numerous other boards, commissions and committees that directly impact the lives of those in the community; such as the Measure C Citizens Oversight Committee, Foundation for Fresno County Office of Education, Preschool For All Committee, Children Services Network, Local Planning Council, First 5 Commission Hands-On Hero Awards, Red Bank Elementary School Site Council, and Community Regional Medical Centers. He is also the Sunday School Director for his church.  Vong’s dedication and service to our community allows him to understand and directly interact with the diverse cultures in our Valley.
Today, Vong teaches full time at California State University of Fresno and is the Administrative Manager of Reading and Beyond.