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The American Diabetes Association, the nation’s largest voluntary health organization leading the fight to stop diabetes, announced Dr. George King of Dover, Mass., has been named a member of the board of directors for the association. As a board member, King is responsible for the oversight of the association’s key strategic objectives.
Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus met with Asian American Republican leaders to talk about their outreach efforts.
Since this year, the GOP is actively courting California with its 55 electoral votes, and its growing Asian American voting block.
One of the more surprising voting trends in American politics over the past two decades is the dramatic shift of Asian Americans toward the Democratic Party.
There is a natural tendency to assume that if you don’t know about something, it likely does not exist. I fell into such a trap recently, replying to a questioner that there just wasn’t much polling giving us insight into the Asian American community. I was wrong.
Asian American voters came out in droves for President Barack Obama over GOP challenger Mitt Romney, but the country’s fastest growing ethnic group is not wedded to either party, according to a new poll out Wednesday.
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AAPI vote contributed a net 1.4 million votes to President Obama’s total popular vote margin of victory; Issues driving the AAPI vote included immigration, racial discrimination, health and environment
The Northern Virginian Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) vote is, and will be, the margin of victory in this year's presidential election and the critical vote to re-elect President Obama and move this country forward.
With the general election now in the final stretch many different groups and organizations are getting the message out about the upcoming race. One group, which is focusing its attention on a growing voter demographic in the state, says southeast Michigan and Oakland County in particular will play an important role on Nov. 6.
Election turnout among young people of color, including African Americans, Latinos and Native Americans, may drop by nearly 700,000 voters in states with new photo ID laws, a decline potentially impacting presidential contests in the battleground states of Florida and Pennsylvania, according to a report released today by the Black Youth Project.