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U.S. to Have First Chinese American Congresswoman

Sing Tao Daily, World Journal, Posted: May 20, 2009

SAN FRANCISCO - Judy Chu received the most votes in the election Tuesday to fill the position left by former Congresswoman Hilda Solis and will be the Democrat candidate for the final election on July 14, reports the Sing Tao Daily. Chus sister in-law Betty Chu will be running for the same position representing the Republicans. The World Journal writes that no matter who wins in July, she will be the United States first Chinese American congresswoman, and the second Chinese American among the 435 members of Congress.

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