Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Opportunities Abound - presidential primaries!

Presidential elections are around the corner, 80-20 wants to empower
the entire Asian American community with these facts.


1) The number of PRIMARY voters is normally only 1/5 (1 out of 5) that
of the GENERAL presidential elections*?

2) PRIMARY candidates are numerous e.g. there are 8 GOP presidential
candidates today? The spreading of votes makes 80-20's bloc vote even
more powerful. Why do Republican presidential candidates play to the
ultra conservative and the religious right? Because they vote in
primaries and in blocs.

3) In a PRIMARY, only registered party members may votein mt states?
Let's for simplicity assume that it is 1/3 each for D/I/R.

Mathematics & Astounding Revelation

If you do the math (1/5 x 1/8 x 1/3) = 1/120 = 0.8 %, it means that an
average candidate in a Republican PRIMARY will only get 0.8% of the votes
cast in presidential GENERAL election. What is the % of Asian Am voter in
the general election nationally; in most of the populous states; in CA?
Respectively, 2%; 3.5%; and 8%. Compare those percentages with
0.8% and think!!!


If all AsAms register as Republicans, and all (instead of just 1/5) vote in
the PRIMARY, the Republican presidential candidates will henceforth
campaign to two groups -- 1) the religious right and 2) Asian Americans.

Note: Voters may vote for anyone during the GENERAL election, which-
ever party one is registered in.

Which is the more important to Asian Ams,
the primary or the general election?

The PRIMARIES ! See reasons stated above.

What Is 80-20 All About?

Mission: To help make the 16 million Asian Americans equal citizens.

Methodology: To get the 2 major political parties to COMPETE to serve
our rightful concerns by the usage of our bloc vote.

Effectiveness & Primary: See the HISTORIC document in the bottom.

Want to keep 80-20 alive? It is by far the largest Asian Am. political
action committee. Save it by joining & doubling its membership. Using a credit
card, click on or send your
check to 80-20 PAC P.O. Box 603 Osprey, FL 34229.


S. B. Woo, a volunteer for 13 years, 8 of which was full-time

Acknowledgement: Diana Ding, owner of DingDing TV: $1,000.00

* 1/5 in 2000 and 2004 presidential primaries elections. In 2008, it was 1/2. This
year, my prediction is that it'll be 1/5 again.

President Obama's Signed Commitment to AsAms Sent to 80-20
Shortly Before the 2008 Presidential Primary in California