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APABA Statement:

APABA has issued the following statement discussing, among other things, why it is so important to vote this year and to ensure our voices as the APA community are heard:    

APABA's Statement Encouraging Our Community to Vote

Important Deadlines to Keep in Mind:

  • Oct. 26:   Last day to update your registration to receive a ballot by mail.  Last day to mail your ballot back.
  • Nov. 3:    Election Day.  All ballots must be received by 7 p.m.

*In Colorado, you can register to vote on Election Day.  For additional information on important dates, click here 

Additional Resources:

APABA has compiled the following resources to answer any questions the APA community may have.  Many of these resources have been translated into the Asian languages:  

APIA Vote & Advancing Justice Voter Hotline:  APIAVote and Asian Americans Advancing Justice runs the 1-888-API-VOTE hotline, where voters can get assistance and have questions answered about voting and the elections.  This hotline is taking calls live staring September 1, 2020 from 9 AM to 9 PM. On election day, they will be taking live calls from 4 AM - 8 PM.  Bilingual assistance available. 

Know Your Voting Rights:  includes videos in most Asian languages. English FAQ available hereDid you know that you have the right to bring someone to help you in the voting booth?  Section 208 of the Voting Rights Act allows voters needing assistance because of blindness, disability, or inability to read or write, including voters who have difficulty with English, to bring someone into the voting booth to help them understand and cast a ballot. For more information (with translations), click here.  

Colorado Election Information: includes detailed information about Covid-19 updates, how to register to vote, mail-in and in-person voting, language access, and candidates/issues on your ballot.  

Go Vote Colorado: links to the Colorado Secretary of State voting webpage where you can register to vote; manage your registration; track your ballot; review your voter record and more.

National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA): get information on how to vote, learn what AAPI candidates are running for office (at the local, state and federal level), and details on how to become a poll worker.

ABA Pollworker, Esq.: Learn more about the American Bar Association's Poll Worker, Esq. initiative which encourages lawyers and law students to become pollworkers to ensure the voting process is safe and efficient and that all eligible votes are counted.  CLE credit may be available for pollworker training.  

APABA Free Legal Hotline: If you are unable to find the answer to your question in one of the resources above, please reach out to APABA at the Free Virtual Hotline, and we will assign an attorney to help you.  Please do not hesitate to reach out.  Your vote counts. 

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