FILE: Assemblyman Richard Pan, D-Sacramento speaks to the Bee Capitol Bureau on Monday, August 25, 2014 in Sacramento. On Sunday, October 11, Pan joined several dozen other Asian American public servants at the 14th Annual Voters Education Forum at Sac State, sponsored by APAPA, the Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs Association. The event included workshops on “How To Get Involved And Make A Difference,” “Breaking New Barriers Running For Office” and how to increase Asian American participation in civic life through voting, volunteering and grass roots organizing.
FILE: Assemblyman Richard Pan, D-Sacramento speaks to the Bee Capitol Bureau on Monday, August 25, 2014 in Sacramento. On Sunday, October 11, Pan joined several dozen other Asian American public servants at the 14th Annual Voters Education Forum at Sac State, sponsored by APAPA, the Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs Association. The event included workshops on “How To Get Involved And Make A Difference,” “Breaking New Barriers Running For Office” and how to increase Asian American participation in civic life through voting, volunteering and grass roots organizing. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
FILE: Assemblyman Richard Pan, D-Sacramento speaks to the Bee Capitol Bureau on Monday, August 25, 2014 in Sacramento. On Sunday, October 11, Pan joined several dozen other Asian American public servants at the 14th Annual Voters Education Forum at Sac State, sponsored by APAPA, the Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs Association. The event included workshops on “How To Get Involved And Make A Difference,” “Breaking New Barriers Running For Office” and how to increase Asian American participation in civic life through voting, volunteering and grass roots organizing. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com

Asian Americans celebrate rising political clout, call for more voter turnout

October 10, 2015 11:00 AM

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