Virginia Chang Kiraly Earns Endorsement from The Stanford Review
Original post made by Jerome Encinas on Oct 26, 2006
State Assembly Candidate, District 21
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October 26, 2006 (714) 417-4407
VIRGINIA CHANG KIRALY EARNS ENDORSEMENT FROM THE STANFORD REVIEW
MENLO PARK Virginia Chang Kiraly, the Republican Nominee for State Assembly, District 21, is pleased to announce that The Stanford Review endorses her campaign for State Assembly.
"Virginia is a leader who can represent the moderate majority in Silicon Valley. Her creative solutions such as public-nonprofit partnerships to help save children's educational programs are proof of her pragmatism and innovation," said Tayler Cox, Executive Editor of The Stanford Review. "She has a track record of community service, coupled with her financial services background, that she can bring to Sacramento to solve real-life problems with common sense solutions. Most importantly, she is passionate about making the future better for generations to come."
"I feel especially honored to receive The Stanford Review's endorsement," Chang Kiraly said. "My candidacy is about leaving a better California for future generations. Stanford University is lucky to have informed and intelligent students who are engaged in the political process, and I feel privileged to have the opportunity to represent the Stanford community, if elected."
The Stanford Review is an independently run student newspaper owned by The Stanford Review, a non-profit corporation, and registered as a voluntary student organization at Stanford University.
Virginia Chang Kiraly is the Republican State Assembly Candidate for the California Legislature in Assembly District 21, which includes the communities of Atherton, East Palo Alto, Menlo Park, Redwood City, Portola Valley, San Carlos, Woodside, Palo Alto, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Los Gatos, Monte Sereno, and Almaden Valley in San Jose. A Menlo Park resident, Virginia is a former board member of The Tech Museum of Innovation, Asia America MultiTechnology Association (AAMA), Las Lomitas Education Foundation, and past PTA President of Las Lomitas Elementary School. She is currently on the board of the Friends of the Palo Alto Junior Museum & Zoo, Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley, and the Las Lomitas PTA. For more information, please visit www.VirginiaChangKiraly.com.
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