A survey released today by Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote (APIAVote) and AAPIData reveals many insights into the fastest-growing racial group in the United States, including their voting plans for House and Senate races in 2018, and various issue priorities such as education, health care, and the state of the economy. In addition to election-related topics, the survey also contains key opinion data on affirmative action, labor protections, and immigration policy, including the administration’s recently announced plans to revoke the legal status of immigrants with green cards who have used government assistance.
Find information on Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) in your state. Here are updated 2018 fact sheets. Click on the link of each state to download the fact sheet.
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November 7, 2018
Election Protection Provided Support and Intervention Nationwide During 2018 November 6 Primary Elections
More Than 31,000 Voters Reached Across Country
Watch these videos to learn your rights as you cast your vote this year. Special thanks to the National Education Association for making the production of these videos possible.
In the wake of President Trump’s decision to end DACA, Asian American and Pacific Islander organizations around the nation responded with statements affirming the lives of young undocumented immigrants.
We're excited to launch the new apiavote.org website today! This new website puts the voter first—giving you easy access to voter registration information, state-by-state breakdown of election rules and deadlines, in-language pages to support our limited English proficient voters, and more.
With half a year left until Election Day, apiavote.org is built to be a hub for Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) voters. Here are some of the things you can now do:
"Asian Americans are the Democrats’ fastest-growing constituency, but the party has failed to mobilize them. That’s a major missed opportunity."
Why should you care? "Because this demographic could swing the U.S. Congress blue."