SUAB HMONG NEWS (11/11/2018) – Zong Tze Vang from Milwaukee, Wisconsin wins the election on November 11, 2018 to become the president of the Hmong 18 Council of Wisconsin for the next four years.
Zong Tze Vang told Suab Hmong News during his voting earlier on November 11, 2018 at Milwaukee voting place that he has many friends and many people know him. If all the people know him voted, he knows that he will win the election. “I believed if all the people know me voted, I feel confident that I will win the election” said Zong Tze Vang.
The three candidates ran for the president of Hmong 18 Council of Wisconsin were Zong Tze Vang from Milwaukee, Nao Vai Yang from Milwaukee, and Nao Nhia Thao from Madison.
Wisconsin Hmong community is the first Hmong community in the United States to allow Hmong individual who lives in Wisconsin to vote for president candidates running for Hmong 18 Council of Wisconsin. “Open voting to allows anyone in the Hmong community who live in Wisconsin to vote is a starting point for democracy” said Richard C. Vang, in charge of voting poll in Milwaukee.
Milwaukee has the largest Hmong population in the state of Wisconsin. 449 people turned out to vote on November 11, 2018.
Suab Hmong News congratulates Zong Tze Vang for wining the election to become the president of the Hmong 18 Council of Wisconsin.
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