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Is There an Emerging Asian Pacific American Swing Vote? – an Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Event

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NAKASEC is proud to be a cosponsor of an Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Event brought to you by the Asian Pacific American Bar Association (APABA):

The Next Sleeping Giant: Is There an Emerging Asian Pacific American Swing Vote?

With the presidential campaign in full swing and the largest voter turnout in recentmemory, where do APA voters stand? Are there identifiable voting trends? Are APAs the newest “swing vote”?

WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 2008 at the IMAGINASIAN CENTER

251 South Main Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012

 

Confirmed speakers include:

DAN ICHINOSE – APALC, Dir. of Demographic Research Project
KAM KUWATA – Political Consultant
PROF. RAPHAEL SONENSHEIN – CSUF, author of Politics in Black & White: Race and Power in Los Angeles
COURTNI SUNJOO PUGH – Asst. Area Dir., SEIU & former Dep. Political Dir., Edwards Pres. Campaign
TED CHEN – KNBC, as moderator

Bento box dinner available for purchase before the
program. Please indicate in RSVP if interested.
No host reception will follow the program.

RSVP BY MAY 12, 2008 — president@apabala.org
Please RSVP early because of limited seating.

Event Flyer