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KAVC Internship Voter Registration Activities

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KAVC has officially started the internship program. The interns have successfully registered 59 new voters in New York and 16 new voters in New Jersey. The interning students are campaigning daily for new voters’ registration.     6/30/2011 ? Stella Kim (Intern/Cardozo High School) and Andrew Kim (Volunteer/Valley Forge Military Academy) assisting new voter’s registration…

Korean Americans Welcome the Nomination of Mr. Sung Kim as the Next U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Korea.

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NY: 3520 147th Street, Suite 2D, Flushing, NY 11354 NJ: 144 Main Street, Suite 203, Hackensack, NJ 07601 Tel. (718)961-4117    Fax. (718)961-4603                                                                        FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Dongchan Kim/Chejin Park Tel. 718-961-4117 Email:             Korean Americans Welcome the Nomination of Mr. Sung Kim as the Next U.S. Ambassador to the Republic…

New Jersey Mail-by-Vote Registration Campaign

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On May 25, 2011, the KAVC New Jersey interns held a mail-by-vote registration campaign for those who wanted to vote for the June 7th elections. The campaign was centered around Korean-populated business districts in Palisades Park for the small business owners who cannot make it to the poll sites.    Elections conducted in New Jersey will be held along the new boundaries chosen…

KAVC Campaign on April 30th

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KAVC held a voter registration drive at the Korean American Realtor’s Association’s Expo on April 30th. The Association invited KAVC to its expo last year as well, giving us an opportunity to register new voters.   Many Koreans attended the event as Peter Koo, New York 20th District Councilman and Grace Meng of the New York…

KAVC 15th Anniversary Gala

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Korean American Voters’ Council’s 15th Anniversary Gala went well without a hitch.   Young Gil Kim, the co-chair of events congratulated KAVC for its accomplishments and emphasized its importance in constructing the future of the Korean American community. He also added that KAVC earned his trust when it overcame various obstacles, and he will continue…

Press Conference Regarding the Redistricting Process and Concerns of Bergen County District 37

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  Korean American Voters’ Council (KAVC) held a press conference regarding the redistricting process and concerns of Bergen County’s District 37. Former mayor of Edison, NJ Jun Choi joined KAVC at the press conference and spoke of providing equal opportunities to minorities such as Asians and Hispanics. He spoke of the importance of expressing the…