California’s leadership failed Latin American businesses.

California has always been a place where people from all over the world have achieved the American Dream. I know this firsthand, growing up in Rowland Heights as the son of Taiwanese immigrants who built a beautiful life here with hard work and determination. Unfortunately, for many hard-working Hispanic business owners today, the California dream has slipped away.

I’m running for state comptroller because I want to make sure California works as hard for your business as you do. Like you, I want to ensure that our children have better opportunities than we did. Here are some things I would focus on to make the American dream easier to achieve again:

Be a watchdog, not a puppy

Did you know that California has paid out at least $20 billion in restitution to known criminals? Can any business expect to survive if it is run this way? It is unacceptable for our government to take such an irresponsible approach. Throughout history, whenever we have concentrated power in the hands of one political party, the system has become inefficient and often corrupt. The Los Angeles Times understands that, and that’s why it supported me.

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