Enclosed is an event from CAUSE in Los Angeles, California in January.
Hi Everyone, The CAUSE staff would like to wish you all a happy holiday with family and friends! We have an exciting year ahead of us, and we are kicking things off with a luncheon discussion titled “Asian American Voters: The Tipping Point in California Politics.” The event will feature USC Political Science Professor Jane Junn, research director for the USC College/Los Angeles Times Poll on the 2010 elections. The poll used a method of oversampling Asian and Latino American voters in order to predict major races and gauge their sentiment on key issues surrounding the elections. Prof. Junn will speak about key findings and trends from the study, including the growing political influence of minority voters when it comes to close races. The poll is a glimpse into the changing landscape of politics in California, and the discussion hopes to educate as to what we can all expect in the years to come. Frank Stoltze, award-winning political reporter for KPCC, and Ron Wong, political strategist, president of Imprenta Communications Group and CAUSE board member, will also be present to give their insights regarding the poll and the current and future political climate in the state. Luncheon Discussion “Asian American Voters: The Tipping Point in California Politics” When: Friday, January 28, 2011 (Noon-1:30 p.m.) Where: Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce Board Room, 350 Bixel Street, Los Angeles, CA (Parking entrance on Fourth Street) Price: $15 includes lunch RSVP: www.causeasianpollresults.eventbrite.com (Please RSVP no later than Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2011) For additional information or clarifications, please call 626-356-9838 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org We hope to see you there, at the first CAUSE event of the year! All the best, CAUSE
Center for Asian Americans United for Self Empowerment 260 S. Los Robles Ave., #118 Pasadena, CA 91101 626-356-9838 email@example.com