“When I legally immigrated to the U.S. from Vietnam with my family at the age of 12, we had to search through dumpsters to find a mattress for me to sleep on. Since that time, I learned English, became a U.S. Citizen, earned 3 college degrees, and founded ten businesses all thanks to the amazing kindness and support of people in our great State of Kentucky.
For the last 24 years, I humbly paid their kindness forward by helping others get better jobs or start their own business, and by treating everyone with dignity and respect. With your support, I will help even more people improve their lives, achieve their dreams, and leave a positive legacy for Kentucky.
Without any government support, Di Tran has trained over 200 people to enter new careers at higher paying wages in the beauty industry. He is now turning his attention to tech and leveraging his skills as a computer software engineer to enable more people to fill open positions with good paying wages.
Business and Home Ownership
The goal of every immigrant is to own a home in America one day. Di Tran believes we need to expand this to businesses and remind all Americans what it means to achieve the American dream. By encouraging home and business ownership, we leave a stronger legacy for the generations to come.
Fairness for All
Knowing first-hand what it is like to be different, Di Tran has compassion for anyone that feels excluded, discriminated against, or alone. He works hard to make sure anyone that wants to try to get ahead can and he will do the same for Kentucky.
Everyone Should Vote
When people don’t take the time to learn about their government or to vote, we lose our rights to control. I lived in a country where the government’s lack of support for the people led to poverty, crime, and corruption. We had no say in our government. In America, all of us can be represented and our needs can be addressed. However, if we do not register to vote or speak up, our voices cannot be heard. My primary focus for this campaign is to encourage all Kentuckians to register to vote and learn how our government works.