Let’s make sure that AAPI voices are loud and clear
With Hillary Clinton’s official announcement that she’s running for president, now is the time to renew our commitment to a strong and visible presence by Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the political process.
- Will the Clinton campaign have AAPIs in its leadership?
- Does the campaign plan to invest in outreach to AAPI communities?
- Will the candidate address issues important to AAPIs?
With your help, the CAPA21 Political Action Committee will tackle these issues. A new PAC formed in the fall of 2014, we invest in progressive candidates, AAPI field operations, and projects to improve AAPI participation in the political process.
Our vision is of a country where AAPIs have a powerful presence and role in all branches and levels of government and politics, achieved through AAPI voters who are engaged, informed, and empowered.
Donate online today and join our efforts to ensure that AAPIs play a powerful role in the election of the next President of the United States.
We’re proud to have the most incredible group of AAPI leaders and luminaries as Leadership Council Co-Chairs: Tessie Guillermo, Kiran Jain, Phong La, Ginger Lew, Steve Ngo (honorary), Mona Pasquil, Dilawar Syed, Maeley Tom, and Helen Zia.
Be a part of history. Join us with your contribution today!
Glen S. Fukushima, Chair
Dale Minami, President