By Bert Eljera
Seventy-one percent of APAs voted for Obama, and 28 percent for Romney, even though nearly half, or 50 percent of APAs say they are independent or not affiliated with a political party.
As Mike Honda, a Democrat who represents Silicon Valley in the U.S. House of Representatives said during the presidential campaign: “A marginalized community has become the margin of victory.”
APIA Vote, a national non-profit that works on electoral and civic participation of Asian Pacific Americans, provided the numbers, following a study of the Nov. 6 election results and interviews with community leaders.
In a recent webinar hosted…
View original post 380 more words