Hey, I'm Tim
Welcome to my personal web site! I’m Timothy (or just Tim) Phan. I’m currently a political activist and organizer based in Los Angeles and Orange County.
I built this website to archive and document my journey into community organizing. Alternatively, I also enjoy snark-tweeting about Game of Thrones memes if you’re into that as well. Season 8, cannot wait…
Feel free to reach out if you’ve got any questions! Ping me if you’re interested in progressive politics, Democratic Party stuff in LA/OC, and grassroots activism in my Asian-American community.
Thanks for stopping by!
I love volunteering and assisting in many political campaigns as possible! Nothing like a good old GOTV…
Since my involvement with the Hillary Clinton campaign ended in November of 2016, I’ve come back home to Southern California with a dedicated interest in supporting quality candidates in my local community. I proudly volunteered for Sara Hernandez in the CD 34 race, Frank Yokoyama for his successful bid to the Cerritos City Council, and Mike Fong’s bid for the AD51 race.
I’ve also been active in the CA-39 and CA-45 districts as a member of those districts’ “Action Councils”, as I am highly supportive of multiple Democrats in both races to replace Congressmembers Ed Royce and Mimi Walters. I also strongly believe in supporting down-ballot candidates at the municipal level in Orange County to build a broader progressive infrastructure.
I’m also on the board of the California Young Democrats’ API Caucus, the Los Angeles County Asian American and Pacific Islander Democrats, the Vietnamese American Democratic Club of Orange County, and the Orange County Young Democrats. Feel free to ask me about any of those orgs and how to get more involved there.
I recently finished an organizing internship with the Korean Resource Center. It has been an honor to stand among such dedicated and talented activists in the AAPI community to fight for immigration justice against an administration so openly hostile to our communities.
The 2018 elections will be an important checkpoint on the progressive movement’s resistance against the Trump administration, but the larger work of organizing towards justice and equality transcend any one election. I am dedicated to exploring the intersections of racial injustice and economic inequality in the very local contexts of both Los Angeles and Orange County.
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