KoreanAmerican Republican Assenbly


Dr. Paul Jhin    

Asian American Outreach Committee Chair
LA County Republican Party

Dr. Kyo “Paul” Jhin is a long time grassroots Republican leader.  Currently head of the Korean American Republican Assosiciation (KARA) in Los Angeles, and on the national KARA board.  Dr. Jihn will speak about outreach to the Asian American communities.   He was a Surrogate Speaker for Bush-Cheney 2004, Dr Jhin was the  Director, Office of Planning, Policy, and Analysis, Peace Corps, (appointed by President George W. Bush and Executive Assistant to the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs (appointed by  President George Bush). (1990-1993).He was National Chairman, National Asian American Republican Coalition, 2001-2002, and State Party Secretary, Maryland Republican Party. (1986-1990)

                                                    Paul Jhin       213 700-1154       
Immediate Release
April 4, 2012
National Korean American Republican Assembly will endorse Mitt Romney for President at their monthly meeting
Dr. Paul Jhin, Co-Chairman of the National Korean American Republican Assembly will formally announce their endorsement of Mitt Romney for President at their monthly meeting on Thursday, April 5, 2012, at 6:00 p.m. 
The meeting will be held at the Dragon Chinese Restaurant 966 S. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, CA (Vermont and Olympic)
The featured speakers at the dinner will be:
   Mr. Bob Haueter, Los Angeles Chairman of Mitt Romney  for President 
   Mrs. Lynn Haueter, Los Angeles County Republican Party Chairman
Dr. Jhin gave some reasons for their endorsement of Mitt Romney for
President.  His statement is as follow:
                    “At this critical juncture in our history, America needs a strong and experienced leader as our next president. AMERICA NEEDS MITT ROMNEY!
Governor Romney believes in a strong national defense. He will keep faith with our allies, such as the Republic of Korea, and will not appease our adversaries.
Governor Romney believes in the entrepreneurial spirit of the American people. He is the best candidate to promote pro-jobs, pro-growth economic climate.
Governor Romney has the proven business experience to get our country and its economy back on the right track toward prosperity for all Americans.

Governor Romney believes in American exceptionalism and that our people have been blessed with a “can do” spirit which has always enabled us to overcome adversity.
Governor Romney believes in excellence in education for all Americans. His priority will be the interests of our children and not the special interests.
Dr. Jhin said “Governor Romney is the best orator of American politics today, a good family man. He is not only a consistent conservative, but he has managed to find a way to communicate a conservative message full of hope and optimism.”
Dr. Jhin congratulated Romney for his primary win in Wisconsin Tuesday night — and called on his fellow Korean American Republicans to unite behind the former Massachusetts governor as the party’s presidential nominee.
He continued: “We face huge challenges, and we need a leader who understands the economy, recognizes more government regulation is not the answer, believes in entrepreneurial capitalism and works to ensure that all Americans have the opportunity to succeed.”
20 million Asian Americans including three million Korean Americans can make difference in many states.
Asian Americans can be a part of the winning equation toward winning the presidency.
Korean American Republicans are committed to help elect Mitt Romney for President this November.
All Media are welcome to attend this dinner endorsement meeting.

 Please RSVP to:  pkjhin@gmail.com                            williamkil@yahoo.com If you have any question, please callPaul Jhin at  310 457-4246      or William Kil at 213 249-6571  –
Dr. Paul Jhin, Co-ChairmanNational Korean American Republican Assembly  +1 (213) 700-1154pkjhin@gmail.com

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