Get Out the Asian American Vote

Our Future is Brighter When #AsiansVote

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Asian Americans for a Better America

Asian Americans are the country’s fastest-growing population and we are part of what makes our country a great place to live, work, and raise a family. Our voice is our vote, and Asian Americans for a Better America was created to make sure our voices are heard across the country because America is smarter, stronger, and more prosperous when we participate.

Asian American Well-Being

Asian American values are centered on a simple idea: Asian-American success is America’s success. When Asian Americans unite, America unites. Asian Americans’ well-being consists of safety, belonging, and prosperity.

Asian American Representation

We believe that lifting the voices of Asian Americans improves our schools, grows our businesses, supports our nonprofits, and influences the national and global economy for the better.

Stopping Asian Hate

According to an AP Poll, 1 in 3 Asian Americans faced racial abuse this year.

Shaping a Better Future

By voting, Asian Americans can help shape a better future for their children and future generations. This includes advocating for policies that promote equity in education, healthcare, and economic opportunity, as well as protecting the environment and civil rights for all.

Fighting for Our Civil Rights

Asian Americans have a long history of fighting for their civil rights and voting is a way to continue that legacy. By voting, Asian Americans can help protect their right to vote and advocate for policies that promote equality, fairness, and justice for all, including issues like hate crime legislation and voting rights protections.

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Voter Information

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Upcoming Primary Elections

New York
June 25th

Check your voter registration: Am I currently registered to vote?

If you aren’t currently registered to vote, take action by June 15 to make sure you are eligible to participate in the NY Primary Election. Register to vote!

Apply for an Early Mail-in Ballot Here. Once you apply for Early Mail Voting, your ballot will be sent to you beginning May 10 and you can return it by:

  • putting it in the mail ensuring it receives a postmark no later than June 25,
  • bringing it to the County Board of Elections no later than June 25 by 9pm,
  • bringing it to an early voting poll site in your county between June 15 and June 23,
  • or bringing it to a poll site in your county on June 25 by 9pm.
New Jersey
June 4th