Current events (like a global pandemic) have changed just about everything in 2020 and the November election is no different.
2020 Voter Survey Shows Asian American Preference for Candidates, Concern for in-person Voting, Views on BLM, and More
Asian Americans Advancing Justice – AAJC, Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote (APIAVote), and AAPI Data release today the results of a 2020 survey on Asian American attitudes on issues from the upcoming election and discrimination in America to healthcare concerns around COVID-19 and support for affirmative action.
Release: Vice President Biden and Former Governor of Guam Joins Presidential Town Hall to Discuss Key Policy Issues for the Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Community
On Saturday, June 27 at 3 PM ET, former Vice President Joe Biden and Eddie Baza Calvo, Trump campaign surrogate and Former Governor of Guam, will join Congresswoman Judy Chu, Chair of the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus and Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) organizers and community leaders for a presidential town hall about the policy issues important to the AANHPI community.
March 9th is the day that six states will be holding thier primaries for 2020. It’s being dubbed “Big Tuesday” in the news and includes highly-watched states like Michigan.
Over the past month, we have had a lot of wonderful news from the AAPI community. Here are some highlights.
This past Tuesday, nineteen states held general and municipal elections including New Jersey, Virginia, and Ohio and resulted in a number of exciting results including voting rights reforms and several newly-elected AAPI lawmakers.
With our country’s attention turned toward ongoing threats to democracy, the Election Protection coalition is activating its national network of lawyers and volunteers to ensure that eligible voters are able to cast ballots during the critical 2018 elections.