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A new Asian-American GOP group, the Asian Republican Coalition, is rolling out the first endorsements in the group's history.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 9/23/2014
Please contact: Winnie Tang | President of Asian American Federation of Florida |
Barbara Comstock, the Republican nominee in Virginia’s 10th Congressional District, recently appeared before an audience of Korean Americans in Tysons Corner, the kind of gathering the GOP is targeting as it seeks to revive the party in the commonwealth and beyond.
With election season in full swing, several organizations are trying to mobilize voters.Read the full article
When the UCLA Asian American Studies Center published the first National Asian Pacific American Political Almanac in 1976, the directory highlighted just over 100 Asian Americans who had been elected or appointed to public office in just four states — Hawaii, California, Washington and Oregon.
On the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, let’s remember that it protected not just African-Americans. The legislation, enacted by Congress on July 2 of that year, broadly outlawed discrimination on the basis of race, color and national origin.
For Asian-Americans in Southern California and beyond, this year’s election season has served as a demonstration of how far they have advanced in political representation.