Brother-Sister Joint Fundraiser Event: Sam Kim & Cindy Ryu

I am happy to announce the program and speakers for my brother Sam and my joint event on Sat. June 11, 2-4 pm

Special Guests:
Speaker Frank Chopp
* YOU! Open Mike to introduce yourself/your mission in life

Brother-Sister Joint Campaign Fundraiser Event on Sat. June 11, 2-4 pm
Ko-Am TV Hall (32008 32nd Ave S, Federal Way, WA)

Elect Sam Kim, State Rep. 17th LD Pos. 1 and Re-elect Cindy Ryu, State Rep. 32nd LD Pos. 1


When: Saturday, June 11th 2-4 pm 6? 11? ??? ?? 2?
Where: Ko-Am TV Hall (32008 32nd Ave S, Federal Way, WA)
Why: Great representation in Olympia to get things done!
RSVP: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or (206) 605-1588

Sam Kim, former Navy Officer and current Clark County Chief Information Officer is a strong believer in equality, self-reliance, limited government, and free markets. Sam is a proven leader who served for 16 years as a director on the school board of the Battle Ground School District and has 20 years of experience working for Hewlett-Packard Company.

Sam was born in Seoul, South Korea and moved to the United States with his family when he was a child. He learned strong work ethic at a young age picking berries with his siblings on a local farm and flipping burgers at Burgerville.

Sam is a 25-year resident of the 17th Legislative District and believes a strong moderate, bi-partisan approach will best serve his district.


Program of Events:

Open Mike

2:15 pm Cindy welcomes everyone, explains agenda

2:20 pm Round Robin Open Mike for the Guests (our speakers!)

(15 seconds per topic for a Maximum of 1 minute):

  • Introduce yourself
  • What is your role or office
  • What are you passionate about?
  • What are your hopes?

3:00 pm Sam introduces self and family members, stump speech

3:10 pm Speaker Frank Chopp

3:15 pm Group Photo on stage


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What people are saying...

"I had the pleasure of serving with Cindy, and she always saw the needs of citizens first, in protecting the environment, jobs, small business, and education. She will make an excellent Representative for our district."

Janet Way, former Shoreline City Councilmember