How Yang’s Presidential Bid May Affect Asian American VotersNPR’s David Greene talks to Christine Chen, director of the nonprofit Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote, about what Andrew Yang’s presidential run meant for the Asian American community.
She’s director of the nonprofit Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote.
CHEN: You know, Asian American and Pacific Islander voters are looking for a long-term relationship.
And also, surprisingly, a lot people don’t necessarily think about reaching out to Asian American voters to talk about gun control – 7 to 1 voters, Asian American voters, actually are supportive of that.
And now that California has shifted, we’re going to see Super Tuesday – where there’s a sizable – like, over 15% of the electorate is Asian American.