2016 Civic Engagement Information:
2016 VIrginia Voter Guidebook by NAKASEC & APALA
6 18 Citizenship Flyer Final Final Final
2014 Voter Photo ID Information:
The Power of our Immigrant Vote: 2014
Chinese Translation: Vote For Our Family – The Power of Our Immigrant Vote
Fairfax County Early Absentee Voting Information:
Early Absentee Voting Fairfax 2014
2014 Midterm Election Candidates in Virginia
Register to Vote online and find your polling place:
Register to Vote Online and Find your Polling Place
Vote by Mail & Early Absentee Voting Application (KOR)
2013 Virginia Gubernatorial Race
2013 Virginia Gubernatorial Election Voter Guidebook
To view the candidates for the 2013 Virginia General Elections in Fairfax County, please click here
Early Absentee Voting Information in Korean
Early Absentee Voter Registration Form in Korean
Asian American Voter Survey 2012
The Asian American Voter 2012 Survey was conducted in several states across the US. Close to 10,000 Asian Americans were surveyed. Over 1,000 Korean Americans were surveyed. NAKASEC surveyed Korean Americans in Virginia on election day for 2012. The Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund will be presenting the results of their survey on January 17th 2013 in Washington, D.C. Please see below for details.
Asian American Voter 2012 Presentation
We are proud to release our 2012 Voter Guidebook, “Together We Vote: A Guide to Civic Participation” for our Korean and Asian American Community members. Please Vote on November 6th to raise our voice for our Korean and Asian American community.
To view our Guidebook please click on the link below:
Together We Vote: A Guide to Civic Participation
If you live in Virginia and Maryland, please check out our webpage: What Do I Need to Know on Election Day in Maryland and Virginia? for additional crucial state specific information!
As part of our Together We Vote Campaign, we are launching our first Campaign Fellows Program in Virginia to mobilize Korean American voters and potential voters.
Apply Now for NAKASEC Campaign Fellows Program 2012
For those who have reliable transportation and are bilingual in Korean and English, we are able to compensate for their work, $10 per hour, provided that they meet certain requirements. They must volunteer for a minimum of 5 hours within one week by:
- Complete between 10 to 20 voter registrations within two weeks at Korean American churches on Sundays, Korean Grocery markets in Fairfax County on Saturdays and on weekdays, and at events and with Korean American organizations from now on till October 15th.
- Help us make calls to Korean American voters and send voter education mailers sometime in mid to late October.
- Recruit 2 or more volunteers.
- Help conduct exit poll surveys in three different sites after voting on November 6th
If interested, please contact Program Associate Dong Yoon at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-299-9540.
Please download and fill out: Campaign Fellows Program Application
Email completed applications to Program Associate Dong Yoon at: email@example.com
Or mail to: Dong Yoon Kim, Program Associate, 1628 16th Street, NW, Suite 306, Washington, DC 20009
It is necessary to receive training and orientation.