Thursday, August 30, 2012

One California delegate is also a proud parent at RNC - Sacramento Bee (blog)

Ng.JPGTAMPA, Fla. -- Betty Ng isn't just a proud delegate at the Republican National Convention this week, she's a proud parent.

Her son, Darrel Ng, recently joined Mitt Romney's presidential effort as an aide to vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan's campaign. Ng's wife Jessica is also working for the Romney campaign.

"I just am very grateful that my children share the values we have," Betty Ng said, citing strong work ethic and fairness.

Being at the convention is also special for Ng and her husband Joseph, an alternate delegate. Both Montebello Republicans immigrated to America from Hong Kong as young adults. They said they were excited to be part of the political process in the country that provided them with many opportunities.

The younger Ng couple, also in Tampa this week, recently moved to Boston from Sacramento, where both worked on statewide campaigns and legislative offices over the years. They met through their jobs in the Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger administration.

PHOTO CREDIT: Betty and Joseph Ng at the Tradewinds Island Grand resort, the hotel housing California's delegation to the Republican National Convention. The Sacramento Bee/Torey Van Oot,

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