CAUSE THE VOTE
AAPI VOTER RESOURCES

A compiled list of voter resources for the
Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community nationwide and in California by the Center for Asian Americans United for Self Empowerment (CAUSE)

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NATIONAL
VOTER RESOURCES

  • Check your voter registration status through Pasifika Vote - Website

  • VOTE411 - Website / Personalized election information. Funded by The League of Women Voters Education Fund.

  • vote.org - Website / A non-profit, nonpartisan organization using technology to simplify political engagement, increase voter turnout, and strengthen American demorcracy.

  • LWV Resource Toolbox - Website. / List of voter resources from League of Women Voters Pasadena, California and National

get
involved

GET UP TO DATE
FOLLOW AAPI ORGANIZATIONS DOING THE WORK

  • A3PCON - Website

  • Asian American Advancing Justice (AAAJ) - Website

  • AAPI Data - Website

  • Asian American Women's Political Initiative (AAWPI) - Website

  • APIAVote - Website

  • National Council of Asian Pacific Americans (NCAPA) - Website

  • Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC) - Website

  • Pasifika Vote - Website


2022 CALIFORNIA MIDTERM ELECTIONSgeneral information

MIDTERM ELECTION ON NOV 8th

This year's Midterm Election is one of the first statewide elections that will use the newly drawn district boundaries from the redistricting process in 2021.


KEY DATES

Oct 10, 2022Mailing of vote-by-mail ballots begin & Ballot drop off locations open
Oct 24, 2022Last day to register to vote in the Nov Election
Nov 8, 2022Midterm Election Day; ballot drop off location and Vote Centers open from 7am - 8pm

VOTING OPTIONS

In-Person

  • Voters can visit any Vote Center

  • Voters can receive translated ballots, language and accessibility assistance, and replacement ballots

Vote-by-Mail

  • All voters receive a vote-by-mail ballot

  • No additional postage is needed

  • Must be postmarked by Election Day

  • Return options: Return by mail or Drop-off locations


See what is on your ballot via the official digital Voter Information Guide.


CA Elections:
Learn

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ELECTED OFFICES

  • Did You Know: House of Representatives - Website

  • Did You Know: CA State Legislature - Website

  • Did You Know: Los Angeles Mayor - Website

CA Elections:
voter guides

AAPI-CENTERED SOURCES


GENERAL SOURCES

GET INVOLVED IN CALIFORNIA

GET UP TO DATE
FOLLOW AAPI ORGANIZATIONS DOING THE WORK

  • Asian American Advancing Justice (AAAJ Southern California): Website

  • Korean American Coalition (KACLA): Website

  • Korean Youth and Community Center(KYCC): Website

  • Thai Community Development Center (Thai CDC): Website


LEARN ABOUT LA LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  • Did You Know: Neighborhood Council Learn More

  • Interview with Kristin Fukushima, ADLT Neighborhood Council Read Here



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This list was last updated on 08/22/2022

GENERAL VOTER
INFORMATION

EARLY VOTING information

Early Voting Centers will be opened starting from
Saturday Oct 24th through Nov 2nd
from 10 AM - 7 PM P.T.
Election Day Vote Centers will be opened on
Nov 3rd from 7 AM - 8 PM


Check your voter registration status with these Organizations:

Last day to register online/by mail
to vote was Oct 15th


VOTER REGISTRATION STATUS

Check or Update your voter registration information for the next election cycle

  • Register to Vote

  • Pre-Register to Vote (For California residents age 16 and 17 who want to be future voters)

  • Check Your Registration Status


VOTER GUIDES

APA Organizations Created and/or Backed Voter Guides

A3PCON Voter Guides


CA Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander
Voter Guide (In Language)


Pilipino Workers Center
Voter Guide


The Progressive Vietnamese American Organization (PIVOT) Voter Guide:


Asian American Pacific Islanders
for Civic Empowerment
Education Fund (AAPI FORCE-EF)


Hmong Innovating Politics Voter Guide


The National Queer Asian
Pacific Islander Alliance (NQAPIA)
National Senate & House Races Voter Guide

  • [English, 中文 / Chinese, Tiếng Việt / Vietnamese], हिन्दी / Hindi] Website

POST
ELECTION day
EVENTS

Vigilant Love


Cal State Fullerton


California Faculty Association


Anacostia Community Museum

NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL
ELECTIONS

find your neighborhood

Which neighborhoods are you a stake holder in?
Stakeholders include:

  • Resident

  • Business Owner

  • A Worker in the Neighborhood

  • Owner of real property

  • Someone with Community Interest / Active Volunteer


FIND YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL ELECTION TIMELINE


REGISTER TO VOTE

Ballots are available by request ONLY

Step-by-step guide on using the online form

Translated paper application forms available in the following languages:

  • English

  • Armenian

  • Chinese

  • Korean

  • Farsi

  • Spanish

  • Thai


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