Lily Tang Williams is a first-generation American. Tang Williams was born in China to impoverished and illiterate working-class parents who struggled through Mao’s Cultural Revolution. She grew up surrounded by poverty, social upheaval, food rationing, and a Communist regime that expected total obedience to the party.
Tang Williams persevered through hard work and by making the most of the opportunities afforded her. She eventually worked her way up to a practicing lawyer and an assistant law school professor at Fudan University, Shanghai, China. In 1988 she came to America with $100 in her pocket. As in China, she worked towards success, eventually becoming a successful business person and entrepreneur.
Tang Williams ran for state office in Colorado in 2014. In 2016 she ran for the U.S. Senate. She has since moved to New Hampshire, a state where she feels she can make a more immediate impact.
Tang Williams is running for Congress because she fears that the country she calls home is turning into the country she fled. Tang Williams discusses her run for Congress and how the lean towards Communism/Marxism/Maoism is putting the United States on a perilous collision course with Socialism. You can learn more about Tang Williams here. You can go here to support her campaign with a donation.