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O.C. supervisor's victory heralds rise of Asian American politicians

O.C. supervisor's victory heralds rise of Asian American politicians

Few Orange County politicians command the name recognition of Lou Correa, who has held seats in both houses of the California Legislature and on the county's Board of Supervisors. As he battled to regain that supervisor's seat in recent months, the advantages seemed to be his: He led a five-candidate field in fundraising and faced relatively obscure opponents in a district where his party, the Democrats, far outnumbered Republicans. But Republican Andrew Do, an attorney who has held no office higher than the Garden Grove City Council seat he left more than three years ago, defeated him by a razor-thin margin in Tuesday's special election. Do received 18,905 votes to...

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