By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly Could last Tuesday’s election be a sign of things to come in November? Though we did see some Asian and Pacific Islander Americans (APIA) advance to the general election, the percentage of the vote APIA candidates garnered could mean that there is a tough road ahead for all of the […]
Compiled by Keishi Matsuda Northwest Asian Weekly For the upcoming primary elections on Aug. 16, there are many Asian candidates who are aiming to represent the different communities in the Greater Seattle area. Listed below are some of the Asian American candidates that you may want to keep an eye on.
In 2010, I ran for the King County Council on a non-partisan platform of responsible reform, government accountability, and job growth.
The 2010 primary election took place on Aug. 17. The top two candidates who earned the most votes in the primary will move forward to the general election in November.
It’s safe to say that there’s a shortage of Asians in government-related jobs, but here are some candidates who might change that.
She developed a passion for helping people early in her life. Because her mother, Alice Coker-Toledo, operated a neighborhood food bank in Seattle in the late 70s