Pastor of OC’s Largest Black Church Supports Kang

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January 4, 2016

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PASTOR OF LARGEST OC AFRICAN AMERICAN CHURCH SUPPORTS KANG
Rev. Mark Whitlock of Christ Our Redeemer A.M.E Church Calls Sukhee Kang a “Man of Faith and a Man of Principles”
IRVINE – Sukhee Kang, Democratic candidate in the open 29th Senate District, today picked up the support of the pastor of the largest African American church in Orange County, the Rev. Mark E. Whitlock, Jr.
“I have known Sukhee Kang for many years,” Whitlock, pastor of Christ Our Redeemer A.M.E. church, said, “and I know him to be a man of faith and a man of principles. Sukhee will serve Orange County very well in the state Senate, and will bring an enormous amount of experience to Sacramento, along with his inspiring life story and compassion for people. Sukhee Kang represents the sort of rock-solid character that we ought to see in more of our elected officials.”

“I am delighted and honored to win the endorsement of Pastor Whitlock,” Kang said.

Gov. Jerry Brown eats a hot dog at the OCEA "People's Inaugural." (Photo by: Norberto Santana, Jr.)

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otherwise blew off labor leaders and others who gathered at various
events Monday to celebrate his re-ascendance to the
governorship.