Your vote as a Delegate to 80-20's Endorsement Convention (EC)
may just decide who will be the next US president. Here is why.
First: In 2000, 80-20 endorsed Gore getting 70% of the APA voters
in CA to go for Gore, and Bush lost CA by 12 points. In 2004, if 80-20
endorses the Dem. nominee again, CA will likely remain safely in the
Democrats' column. On the other hand, if 80-20 will endorse Bush,
Bush will probably need to make up 4 points ONLY in order to win CA.
California will become a hotly contested state! If Bush wins CA's 55
electoral votes, the race for the White House will be over for the
Second: YOU can be one of the less than 100 Delegates to 80-20's
EC, if you are a dues-paying member, run for a Delegate position and win.
Whom 80-20 will endorse is decided by those Delegates.
Once, you become a Delegate to 80-20's EC, your one vote in the
EC will probably have more impact on the making of our next
president than sum of 50,000 votes cast by other citizens.
Phenomenal responsibility !
So please carefully consider whether you want to be a Delegate. See
Article 7 of 80-20's Bylaws which describes its endorsement procedure.
http://www.80-20initiative.net/bylaw.html#7 It is a very fair and open
process aiming to serve the best interests of the APA community.
80-20 will call for candidates to run for Delegates soon.
Any US citizen or permanent resident can be a member, using a
credit card, http://www.80-20initiative.net/membership.html or
PERSONAL checks are payable to "80-20 PAC", mailed to:
Jing-Li Yu 80-20 special Assistant
P.O. Box 527340 Flushing, NY 11352-7340 .
Write down your E-MAIL address & PHONE no. on the BACK of the
check. Basic membership is $35; Family (2 voters) is $50, Life
Membership is $1,000. Student membership is $15. Dues are NOT tax
Members have privileges. For example, applications to be one of
80-20's "Chancellor Tien Chang-Lin Summer Interns" are given added
weight for members and their offspring. Your questions on
immigration will be given priority in the a web page soon to be opened:
"Attorney Jon Wu's answer to immigration questions." JOIN 80-20