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The Political Power of Asian American Voters In 2020

As the voting bloc grows, so does their ability to swing votes in their favor

Asian mother and daughter holding a VOTE sticker.
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Data shows that in 2018, turnout among women of color increased 37% from the 2014 midterms. That ushered in such diverse lawmakers as Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, the first woman of Palestinian

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Donna M. Owens

Donna M. Owens

Award-winning digital, print and broadcast journalist. https://www.linkedin.com/in/donna-m-owens-15627658

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