Newsletter

  • Tuesday, May 31, 2016

    George Takei has a message for you & Recapping APAHM 2016!

    As we close out Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, APIAVote and our partners are launching a new PSA for 2016 to encourage AAPIs to register and vote!

    Celebrities and influencers including George Takei, John Cho, Constance Wu, Sonal Shah, Vincent Rodriguez III, and Joey Quenga have come together to bring a simple message to our communities:

    #VoiceYourVote!

    To help uplift #AAPIVoices, please share this video and tell us why you're registering and voting this year!

  • Friday, May 13, 2016

    APIAVote is hiring!

    Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote (APIAVote) is looking for a Programs Associate and four Field Fellows to support the work of our local community partners. Details below!

    About APIAVote 

    APIAVote is a national nonpartisan organization that works with local nonprofit partners to mobilize Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in electoral and civic participation. We currently have local partnerships with Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander organizations in 25 states.

  • Monday, April 25, 2016

    Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, and Rhode Island vote tomorrow!

    Remember to vote tomorrow in the primaries in Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, and Rhode Island! 

    Growing AAPI communities in these states, such as Pennsylvania where there are over 223,000 eligible AAPIs, make it clear that we must make our voices heard in the primaries as well as the general election. 

    You must already be registered to vote and affiliated with the political party you want to participate in for the primaries. Find more information for your state below:

  • Tuesday, April 19, 2016

    Preliminary insights into Asian American voters in New York

    Tuesday, April 19th are the presidential primaries in New York—and with over 903,000 eligible AAPI voters in the state, our communities are poised to make an impact not only in November's general election, but in the primaries as well.

    APIAVote, Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC, and AAPI Data are conducting a national survey of Asian American registered voters this Spring. 111 responses have been collected so far in New York state, giving us a glimpse into the broader results from the national survey late Spring. 

  • Friday, March 11, 2016

    A new program to mobilize AAPI youth→

    We're building a new network to engage young AAPIs—and we need your help! Out of the AAPI electorate, 26.7% of the AAPI citizen voting age population is between 18 and 30, with over 2.8 million AAPI between the ages of 18 and 29. Young voters make up a substantial portion of the electorate, and with turnout, can directly impact elections.