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PSA: Why are you voting this year?

Why are you voting this year? Who are you bringing with you? Check out our new PSA where multiple community members answer just that.

Share with us why you’re voting and who you’re bringing! Post a 15-45 second video on social media using the hashtag #AAPIsVote2022, tag us, and share the PSA too! Learn more in our toolkit here

Working Together

as one community

Mobilizing Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in Electoral and Civic Participation

Why Asian American and Pacific Islander Voters Are Important

Fastest Growing Population

In the past two decades, Asian Americans have become one of the fastest growing racial or ethnic groups in the United States.

We Shape Elections

The Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) electorate is a formidable community with the power to shape and influence elections down the ticket throughout the country.

Representation Matters

The decisions made by policymakers and our representatives at all levels of government impacts our day-to-day lives – from how much funding local schools get to policies around crime prevention and gun safety.

Impactful Economic Strength

The growth of AAPI influence and power extends beyond the political sphere, into all aspects of American society.

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Nowruz Mobarak! May the new year be filled with vibrant colors and happiness for you and your loved ones.

Don't miss APIAVote's Executive Director Christine Chen speak on the issue of white supremacy and the future of our democracy this Wednesday.

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The 92nd Street Y, New York @92ndStreetY

Explore the questions facing the country during our 4th State of America virtual summit. Choose from a series of 8 panels spotlighting the future of ...democracy, civic engagement, technology, journalism, politics & policy. @craignewmark #92NYBelferCenter

We applaud this decision from the @latimes. Words matter. We cannot trivialize and diminish what really happened to Japanese Americans during WWII.

Teresa Watanabe @TeresaWatanabe

Gratified that the @latimes announced today it would drop use of "internment" to describe the mass incarceration of 120,000 people of Japanese ...descent during WWII. My story about my family's wartime experiences explains why this matters. http://bit.ly/3JHr0Ar @aaja @AAJAla

As the daughter of Chinese immigrants who grew up supporting her family’s laundromat business, Julie Su has decades of experience fighting for ...workers' rights - starting in the 90’s suing on behalf of Thai sweatshop workers in L.A.

Upcoming Event

Our Districts,
Our Voices

A Recap of the 2021 Redistricting Cycle
in the AAPI Community

April 28, 2022 at 4 p.m. via Zoom