Endorsements

I have been so fortunate to receive the support and endorsements from the following people and organizations:


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Senator Curt Thompson

GA Senate District 5

Curt Thompson

Ben has the real world skills we need in our county government, he comes from our diverse community, and he knows what our needs are because he is our neighbor in the heart of the district.


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Jon Ossoff

Business owner and 2017 Candidate CD6

Jon Ossoff

I've known Ben Ku and his talented family for decades. Ben is an entrepreneur, innovator, and community leader. His expertise, passion, and creativity will bring vision and dynamism to the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners. Please join me in supporting Ben Ku.


Councilwoman Stephe Koontz

Councilwoman Doraville GA District 3

Councilwoman Stephe Koontz

My endorsement of Ben Ku is based on his positions on the issues, two of which are Transit and Affordable Housing. Both of these are region wide issues that have been overlooked in Gwinnett county in the past, and impact the citizens across the Metro Area.


Representative Pedro "Pete" Marin

GA House District 96

Representative Pedro "Pete" Marin

Ben has spent countless hours speaking with the people of Gwinnett County and hearing their concerns. From transit, to communication, to affordable housing, Ben will be an excellent advocate for the people of District 2 on the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners. When he says "Ku For You", he really means it.


Georgia Stonewall Democrats

Georgia Stonewall Democrats 2018 endorsed candidate

Georgia Stonewall is proud to announce additional endorsements for these fair-minded candidates.


Nicole Gilkey

Social Worker and childhood friend

Nicole Gilkey

I reconnected with Ben after telling my 9 year old daughter about Ben being my favorite person when I was 9! Gwinnett will be fortunate to have someone so caring and visionary representing them.


Cadden Jones

Actress and childhood friend

Cadden Jones

Having had the good fortune of growing up with Ben, the qualities that come to mind are kind, smart, outgoing, creative, compassionate and inclusive of all. Any community would be incredibly lucky to have Ben at the helm... I look forward to seeing all that manifests from his comprehensive ideas and forward thinking. The world needs more Ben Ku’s!


Reverend Harriet Bradley

Harriet Bradley

I had an opportunity to meet Ben Ku at a transportation meeting as well as another political function. I believe that Ben Ku has the heart of my district. He sees the importance of improving the public transportation in Gwinnett County which will greatly improve District 2. I believe that Ben Ku will listen to the people of District 2 and will represent the people and not a hidden political agenda.


Gwinnett Forum

Gwinnett Forum

Our choice is Ben Ku, 36, of near Lucky Shoals Park, a native [Georgian] and a Georgia Tech graduate.


Representative Sam Park

GA House District 101

Sam Park

I am proud to endorse and support Ben Ku for Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners-District 2. I encourage everyone who lives in Norcross, Lilburn, Peachtree Corners, and Berkley Lake to vote for this rising new leader. Ben brings a thoughtful, forward-thinking approach to the problems Gwinnett County faces. Combined with his desire to serve and represent all of the diverse communities in his district, he is the kind of county commissioner we need in Gwinnett.


Grassroots Gwinnett

Local Our Revolution chapter

Grassroots Gwinnett

Ben is a staunch progressive who believes in bringing rapid transit to Gwinnett and building affordable housing. He will implement transparency and simplicity at the ballot, through accessibility intiatives....Ben’s district includes the cities of Berkley Lake, Peachtree Corners, Norcross, and Lilburn. If you live in these cities, Ku is for you!


Representative Brenda Lopez

GA House District 99

Brenda Lopez

Ben has been one of my most active constituents and I am so happy he has stepped up to help me improve Gwinnett. Not only has he been a leader in his neighborhood, but he has shown dedication to the whole county and shares the distinction of alumni of the Gwinnett 101 program like myself, Duluth City Councilman Kirkland Carden, and Mayor of Norcross Craig Newton. He will bring a much needed voice to the local table.


Run for Something

Run for Something

These candidates are the present and future leaders of the progressive movement and the Democratic Party. They’re not just talking about what the party should be, or what our government should do — they’ve changed their lives in order to get sh-- done.


Carlecia Williams

Carlecia Williams

I have come to know Ben through the Gwinnett 101 Citizens Academy which is a 12 week program that aims to educate and empower residents to be active in civics and government affairs in Gwinnett County. With a competitive application process and only 30 participants being selected during the fall of 2016 cohort, Ben was that guy I could always call on for any supporting details throughout the duration of the course. He is approachable, always on time, and dependable. Ben is committed to serving our community not only as a business owner but by engaging others and encouraging them to be active citizens. He is an asset to the community, as well as a motivated and resourceful leader in Gwinnett County.


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