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Asian-American Brother Use Comedy to Attract Voters

Oct 24 2012

Asian Americans are the fastest growing minority group in the United States.  But historically, mainstream political campaigns around the country have not given them much attention.  With general elections just a few weeks away, two brothers are trying to use comedy to get the attention of potential voters among the Asian American youth. 

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Voting campaign targets Asian Americans

Oct 23 2012

Los Angeles Times

Michael Wahl is aware that he has a choice — President Obama or Mitt Romney. "It's either this guy or that guy," the Cal Poly Pomona sophomore says.

But he didn't know about the candidates lower on the ballot, or the measures that could shape California's future — until volunteers came to his ethnic studies class one evening with a video aimed at convincing Asian Americans to turn out on election day.

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626's Fung Brothers: Does your Asian mom vote?

Sep 27 2012

Andrew and David Fung, who became popular from their YouTube song "626" celebrating Asian-American culture in the San Gabriel Valley, teamed up this month with the Asian Pacific American Legal Center to create a public service announcement encouraging young Asian Americans to vote in the November election.

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