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My tears were flowing down, I felt really bad……y’know like I said.was kinda my fault (I’m guessing for the breakup..? “And I was in my sweats and I wasn’t even ready for it but when I was looking at him singing to me, he is the most passionate person when it comes to singing……when I looked at him, I wasn’t ready, I was not ready at all and when I had to sing my lines…I was bawling.Ta had served as president of the Vietnamese American Community of Southern California from 2002 to 2005.During that time he gained many supporters who encouraged him to run for the open position in Westminster, home to the nation’s largest Little Saigon.They recruited volunteers through their social networks and walked door-to-door soliciting votes. “During the campaign, we didn’t have money to buy any database information,” said Doan, who worked on gaining non-Vietnamese votes.
In the three decades after the fall of Saigon, voters in Orange County have elected Vietnamese City Council members, a county supervisor, and an assemblyman, but not yet a mayor.“I also received a lot of emails and Facebook comments.There were quite a few TV and radio talk shows, articles in newspapers and online.” Since taking office, Ta receives invitations every day to attend various events, from book signings and ribbon cuttings to candlelight vigils.Ta's election as the mayor of Westminster, Calif., is a source of pride for Vietnamese immigrants around the world. At the conclusion of the oath, Rice announced: “And you made history.” Ta smiled and hugged the spirited former mayor, as his family, friends and more than 200 supporters surrounded the new mayor to congratulate him.“I’m very honored and grateful to have the support of many people during this past election,” said Ta, in an interview with Viet Life magazine.