lsn360.com/Los Angeles California
Congresswoman Judy Chu will face Mr. Jack Orswell , now with the attention of Latinos , that can take him to victory to get elected; Jack understand the totality of the district and take the time to include the Latinos from all origin descent including :
Mexicans, Guatemalan, Salvadorians, Puerto Ricans and Peruvians “I can make the difference in Congress” with the Latino Vote said Mr “Jack” like he tell his voters to call him.
Mr Jack Orswell Former succesful FBI, when the two square off in the November general election.
Chu currently represents the 32nd Congressional district that was reshaped by last year’s redistricting process.
“I’m honored to get the votes of so many people,” . “I’m looking forward to representing this district because it has so many active people in the community.” But never mention the Latino community.
Mr. Jack Orswell including the Latino Vote take leadership over Judy Chu, who relays her votes on a community group on her district.
Jack Orswell, 63, was born and raised in Pasadena, California. He attended Pasadena High School and Pasadena City College, and in 1971, he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern California. Upon graduation, he worked for a local Certified Public Accounting firm in Pasadena.
Mr. Orswell and his wife, Janet, have been married for over 42 years, and they have lived in Arcadia for the past 28 years. They have three adult children and four grandchildren. He has been honored by the San Gabriel Valley Council Boy Scouts of America with the Silver Beaver Award, and he is a Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow. He has also received the Honorary Service Award from the Hugo Reid PTA. He is a life member of the FBI Agents Association; a member of the Society of Former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation; the Environmental Assessment Association; the National Association of Government Guarantee Lenders; and ASTM, International.
Jack Orswell Candidate for US Congress, Donna Lowe State Assembly and Errol Valladares representing the Latinos in California.