Voter Contact

IMPACT

13.7K

Doors Knocked

37K

Households Reached via Direct Mail

2.9M

Digital Reach

Historically, electoral work within the APIA community has revolved around a campaign timeline, limiting conversations with voters around an election (September-November). One APIA Nevada is taking a different approach—conducting deep canvassing, on the ground through direct voter contact and base-building efforts, year-round.

Current voter contact by campaigns and mainstream 501c4 organizations to Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) voters is conducted in English with limited in-language resources.


From its inception, One APIA Nevada has worked to contact voters year-round with language and messages that resonate with AANHPI voters through a combination of door-to-door knocking, mailers, digital, and paid media.


One APIA Nevada also holds in-language volunteer phone banks in:

  • Korean 한국어

  • Mandarin Chinese 中文

  • Spanish Español

  • Filipino Tagalog

  • Thai ไทย

  • Vietnamese Tiếng Việt


Historically, electoral work within the APIA community has revolved around a campaign timeline, limiting conversations with voters around an election (September-November). One APIA Nevada is taking a different approach—conducting deep canvassing, on the ground through direct voter contact and base-building efforts, year-round.


KOREAN 한국어




MANDARIN CHINESE 中文





FILIPINO TAGALOG




THAI ไทย




VIETNAMESE TIẾNG VIỆT




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