Am Nguyen

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Am Nguyen
Am Nguyen (Jamie Chung).jpg
Photo of Am Nguyen in 2016
Deputy Chair of the San Joaquin Democratic-Republican Party
Assumed office
November 10th, 2018
Preceded by Jackson Hardeen
Member of the K.S. House of Commons for North Greater Bernheim (San Joaquin's 13th district)
Assumed office
October 16, 2017
Preceded by Joshua Martin
Majority 33,423 (47.2%)
Member of the K.S. House of Commons
for South Greater Bernheim (San Joaquin's 16th district)
In office
October 18, 2009 – October 16, 2017
Preceded by James Dalton
Succeeded by Nemesis Heartwell
Personal details
Born August 27th, 1988 (age 30)
Flag of Clark.svg Las Vegas, Clark, Sierra
Nationality Sierran
Political party DRPS 2017.svg Democratic-Republican
Spouse(s) Michael Nguyen (m. 2011)
Residence Bernheim, San Joaquin
Religion Evangelicalism

Am Nguyen (born August 27th, 1988) is a Sierran politician who's the current deputy chair of the Democratic-Republican Party of San Joaquin.

Born in Las Vegas, Clark in 1988, Am Nguyen moved to the province of San Joaquin when she was a child in the year 2000 and attended local school in the provincial capital of Bernheim. She would later attend the University of Sierra and graduated in 2010 and married her partner in 2011 eventually moving back to Bernheim in 2013. During the 2016 general election, Nguyen had endorsed incumbent Prime Minister Steven Hong and attended the latter's funeral after his assassination by Dylan Coulter. During the San Joaquin senate election, Nguyen ran for the senate and eventually won the primaries to become the Democratic-Republican nominee, but faced significant backlash from the base due to her religious and non-populist platform. She eventually lost to her Royalist opponent Nemesis Heartwell by a margin of 5%. Following the election, Nguyen laid low and eventually participated in the 2018 midterm election where she was chosen to become the Deputy Chairwoman of the San Joaquin Democratic-Republican Party after the party's victory in the provincial election.

A political and cultural outsider, Nguyen herself has been called one of the most controversial figures in both San Joaquin and the entire Styxie as a whole due to her display of religiosity, support for more moderate and centrist policies and tolerance towards the monarchy. In a 2018 interview, Nguyen claimed to have changed her positions and endorsed single-payer healthcare, tuition free college, and investment in the Styxie region. She's since endorsed Terry Scott for the upcoming 2020 general election and has admitted that the centrist wing of the party needs to "step aside" and assist rising left-wing starts.

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