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Comcast Viewers Can See “Mr. Cao Go to Washington”

posted by Randall

 

television Family in front of TVComcast  viewers can get an inside glimpse at politics through the lens of  Rep. Joseph Cao (R-LA), the first Vietnamese American elected to congress. Cao navigated some treacherous waters as a moderate Republican, the first from his party to hold a congressional seat from New Orleans.

Mr. Cao is directed by S. Leo Chiang and is now available for viewing on Comcast on Demand.

“When I first learned about Joseph Cao, I was immediately intrigued by the thoroughly unusual circumstances around his election” said Chiang. “How was it possible that a Vietnamese-American Republican could win a congressional district that is 65% African-American and 75% Democratic, especially in the polarized, ultra-partisan political climate of today? As it turns out, Joseph himself is also a man of fascinating contradictions.”

The story is a fascinating one and you can learn more about it in this article from Comcast  

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