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Category: News

New Jersey Korean Voter Statistical Analysis Results

Admin   2008-05-30 09:38:53, Hit : 22, Vote : 6 The Korean American Voters’ Council (KAVC) has been closely monitoring Korean American voter registration and turnout rates in an effort to efficiently provide the necessary services and education to those demographics which need help the most. For more information on the statistical data and results of…



Internship Recognition Citation from Assemblywoman Ellen Young

Admin   2007-09-04 18:23:51, Hit : 136, Vote : 26 On September 4, 2007, the KAVC Summer Interns and Student Volunteers visited Assemblywoman Ellen Young to receive a citation recognizing their hard work for the community. This year the summer interns and student volunteers participated in national based projects which included work with the Support 121…



New York Primary Election Candidate Listings

Admin   2007-08-17 14:23:12, Hit : 132, Vote : 32 The New York Primary Elections will be held on Tuesday, September 18th, 2007. To be eligible to vote in the primary elections, you must register to vote by Friday, August 24th, 2007. You must also be registered with the specific party to vote in their primary.…



Bush Rebuffs Hard-Liners to Ease North Korean Curbs

WASHINGTON — Two days ago, during an off-the-record session with a group of foreign policy experts, Vice President Dick Cheney got a question he did not want to answer. “Mr. Vice President,” asked one of them, “I understand that on Wednesday or Thursday, we are going to de-list North Korea from the terrorism blacklist. Could…



Bush to visit South Korea in August as beef protests spread

WASHINGTON (AFP) — The White House said Tuesday that President George W. Bush will visit South Korea in August, as pressure builds on his Korean counterpart Lee Myung-Bak to reverse a decision to accept imports of US beef. Bush will visit Seoul on August 5 and 6, just prior to going to Beijing to attend…



McCain Unyielding On Fair Trade

In the course of this election, Democrats have worked hard to define John McCain as a man of many positions. Offshore drilling, George Bush’s tax cuts, and immigration are among the top three flip-flop allegations levied by Democrats. But when it comes to the issue of trade, an issue the Arizona has unapologetically espoused during…



Expanding Democracy in Florida – New York Times

[June 30, 2008, New York Times]    Among the world’s democracies, the United States is uniquely unforgiving in denying ex-offenders the right to vote. Nowhere is the problem worse than in Florida, where criminal justice experts estimate that as many as 950,000 felons are barred from the voting booth.    Last year, Gov. Charlie Crist…



Queens- 2008: Flushing Future Unclear For Asian Pols

When John Liu moves on from his City Council seat in 2009, he will leave behind a new political landscape for future Asian-American politicians in Queens and beyond. The Flushing Democrat, who chaired the powerful transportation committee during his two terms, is the first Asian American elected to the City Council. He is expected to…



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