ASPIRE PAC ENDORSES SRI KULKARNI FOR TEXAS' 22ND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

WASHINGTON, DC - ASPIRE PAC voted to endorse and support Sri Kulkarni for Texas’ 22nd Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.

“ASPIRE is proud to endorse Sri’s campaign. From supporting his family to serving his country at the State Department, Sri has a proven track record of putting family, community, and country first,” said Rep. Meng, Chair of ASPIRE PAC. “Sri will be an excellent voice for his constituents in Congress."

“Sri joins several other strong Asian American and Pacific Islander candidates we are supporting heading into the midterm election, and we look forward to supporting his campaign to victory,” said Rep. Judy Chu, immediate past chair of ASPIRE PAC.

ASPIRE PAC proudly welcomed six new Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Members of Congress in 2016. Tammy Duckworth (IL) and Kamala Harris (CA) were elected to the Senate. In the House of Representatives, Stephanie Murphy (FL-07), first Vietnamese American woman; Pramila Jayapal (WA-07), first Indian American woman; Raja Krishnamoorthi (IL-08); and Ro Khanna (CA-17) all won their elections.

ASPIRE PAC Endorses Aruna Miller for Maryland's 6th Congressional District

WASHINGTON, DC - ASPIRE PAC (formerly CAPAC Leadership PAC) voted today to endorse and support Aruna Miller for Maryland’s 6th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.

“We’re proud to endorse Aruna Miller for Congress,” said Congresswoman Grace Meng, Chair of ASPIRE PAC. “Aruna fights for her constituents in the Maryland House of Delegates every day, where she is a strong voice for working families, women, children and seniors. She is an experienced problem solver and we look forward to her joining us as a colleague in Congress.”

ASPIRE PAC proudly welcomed six new Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Members of Congress in 2016. Tammy Duckworth (IL) and Kamala Harris (CA) were elected to the Senate. In the House of Representatives, Stephanie Murphy (FL-07), first Vietnamese American woman; Pramila Jayapal (WA-07), first Indian American woman; Raja Krishnamoorthi (IL-08); and Ro Khanna (CA-17) all won their elections.

ASPIRE PAC is the new name of the CAPAC Leadership PAC

WASHINGTONASPIRE PAC is the new name of the CAPAC Leadership PAC.  ASPIRE PAC stands for ASian Americans & Pacific Islanders Rising & Empowering Political Action Committee. This PAC, which was founded four years ago, works to ensure fair representation in the U.S. Congress by increasing the number of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) legislators and supporting federal candidates with large AAPI constituencies who support the AAPI community.

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Asian Pacific American Congressional Leaders Endorse Hillary Clinton Leaders​—Cite Clinton's Strong Ties to the AAPI Community

SAN GABRIEL, CA—Today, the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus Leadership Political Action Committee, or CAPAC Leadership PAC endorsed Secretary Hillary Clinton for President of the United States at the Hilton Los Angeles / San Gabriel—the site of the standing-room-only AAPI For Hillary event in January. The endorsement comes one week in advance of the California Democratic primary and at the conclusion of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. The PAC was also joined by Asian Pacific American elected officials from throughout California who endorsed Clinton for President. 

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