"For Dave Min, Election Day was a wake-up call. President Donald Trump's travel ban was a catalyst.
The Orange County, California, law professor and former DC political hand had never seriously considered running for office and had no real organization behind him. But as the son of two Korean immigrants, the President's decision to temporarily suspend immigration from some predominantly Muslim countries "was a huge slap in the face."
"It felt very personal being the son of immigrants myself to feel like this country was going to single out people based on their country of origin and their religion," Min told CNN in an interview."
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