With sour economy, Republicans see opening with Asian American voters in midterm elections

Sep 03, 2022 View Original Article
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54% :Rounding out the Republican pitch to Asian voters ahead of November is a focus on education, centered around school choice and an upcoming Supreme Court case on affirmative action brought by a group alleging racial discrimination against AAPI students by Harvard University.
52% : We're the party of law enforcement, we're the party that supports merit based education, and that's always been the case," said Nainoa Johsens, the director of Asian Pacific American media for the Republican National Committee.
48% : Affirmative action: Supreme Court to consider use of race in college admissions"Like any family across the country, Asian American families are fed up -- they want safe streets, the best schools for their children, low taxes, and the opportunity to achieve the American Dream," former Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, one of the highest ranking Republican AAPI former officials, said in a statement to USA TODAY.
42% : "If Republican candidates address crime solely with negative attacks on Democrats as the 'defund the police' party, they have to keep in mind that a large majority of AAPI voters support Black Lives Matter and favor reforms that would hold the police more accountable for incidents of violence," noted Lee, who focuses on Asian American politics.

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