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Asian American Electorate to Double in Coming Decades

by Nate Schlabach
Asian Americans are likely to have greater influence in future elections as the voter bloc will more than double in the coming decades.

Asian Leaders Have a Rich History of Addressing Congress

by Nate Schlabach
Throughout history many leaders from Asia have traveled to the US on official visits and to address Congress, the latest being Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Asian American Electoral Trends: A Post-Midterm Analysis

by Olivia Waring
An unanticipated red shift among Asian American voters, coupled with a rise in the number of AAPI candidates, made the 2014 election cycle a notable one.

Asian American Voter Turnout Trends

by Olivia Waring
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are a potentially influential yet largely ignored segment of the voting public.

Congressional Delegation Travels to Asia, Republican Members Issue Op-Ed

by Alex Forster
Concurrent to President Obama's recent trip, nine members of the US House of Representatives also traveled to Japan, South Korea, and China. The eight Republicans on the trip jointly authored a CNN Op-Ed calling for strong engagement with Asia.

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