All posts tagged "primary election"

  • Young Kim, a Republican candidate for the 65th District seat in the State Assembly, encourages volunteer workers inside her Buena Park office.
    Only 21 percent of registered Korean Americans voted in June

    Korean American candidates hope for better turnout By Kim Hyung-jae, Tae Hong The number of Korean Americans registered to vote in California may be higher than ever, but only 21 percent of them voted in the June...

    • Posted October 8, 2014
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  • Young Kim celebrates with her supporters after the primary election.
    Korean voter turnout still low

    Only 624 in O.C. turned up at the polls in June 3 election in person Absentee ballots accounted for 85 percent of votes for Koreans According to the Korean Poll Workers Club, 22.4 percent — 5,064 of 22,575...

    • Posted June 20, 2014
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    Nine Korean American candidates look toward November

    By Tae Hong Nine Korean American candidates out of 15 in California and New Jersey advanced to the general election Wednesday, an indication of the growing political power of Korean society in the United States. Californian candidates...

    • Posted June 5, 2014
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  • Efrain Escobedo, second from right, from the Registrar Office is explaining about the ballot. (Park Sang-hyuk)
    Voting booth kiosks installed in 10 languages, including Korean, for the first time

    Volunteers needed for voting booths on June 3 In Los Angeles County, with the primary election only two weeks away, voting booth kiosks have been installed in 10 languages, including Korean, for the first time. According to the...

    • Posted May 20, 2014
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    20+ Korean American candidates up for primary elections

    By the Korea Times Los Angeles staff Some 20 Korean Americans across the United States will be running for political office in upcoming primary elections. Eleven of them are in California, including Michelle Park Steel, the current...

    • Posted May 6, 2014
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