Friday, September 14, 2012

CALL FOR ACTION: Ten Thousand $5.82 Donations for a Bloc Vote

Dear Fellow Asian Americans and Friends,
Do you have the audacity to hope that one day AsAms will gain equal opportunity through a bloc vote?

When we set up a goal of gathering 50,000 signatures to challenge the higher college barrier on AsAms, many thought of it as a fantasy. WE DID IT. Now the plight of AsAm students is FRONT and CENTER in the Supreme Court case "Fisher v. UT Austin", mentioned 22 times in the main "Fisher" brief, with the oral argument commencing in October 2012.

We now issue a new challenge of making 10,000 small donations, $5.82 each, directly to the Obama Campaign, a uniquely identifiable amount to show our resolve to deliver a bloc vote (with an 80/20 ratio) to win equal rights

Mobilize your family and friends to make single, monthly or weekly donations of $5.82. Let a sea of $5.82 send BOTH political parties a wakening call.

Donate $5.82 TODAY using
Or mail check to: Obama for America, P.O. Box 802798, Chicago, IL 60680

If you have donated and support bloc voting, please enter info to help us track progress.

80-20 board members and EC delegates have donated generously, so did hundreds of people who replied to our last e-mail. One of them wrote to his friends:

"You may not be a fan of 80-20 or SB Woo;
You may not be a Democrat;
You may not vote for Obama in November (I wish you would!)
– by sending in your $5.82 now, you are making Asian Americans visible as a block to the politicians; this unique amount will be highly visible.
Thank you!
Ignatius C. Wang"

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Ved Chaudhary, Ph.D., Coordinator, Collective Le 2de adership of NAAPAC
Chenming Hu, Chair of the Election Monitoring Comm.
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Jing-Li Yu, JD, Chair of the Nomination Comm.

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