THE PROGRESSIVE SHIFT OF VIETNAMESE-AMERICAN VOTERS

Is 2020 a year of a tidal shift in loyalties for a key voting block? Vietnamese Americans have long voted for Republican candidates, but this year, many have been shifting their vote toward Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

What is causing the shift? Is it immigration policies that have targeted Vietnamese communities? The president's leadership style? Pandemic mismanagement?

Join us for a discussion with three experts and leaders in the Vietnamese-American community.

Speakers
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Thao Ha

Ph.D., Professor, MiraCosta College; Advisor and Associate Producer, Seadrift; Board of Directors Member, Vietnamese American Arts and Letters Association and for the Oceanside Promise; Advisory Board Member, Asian Culture and Media Alliance

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Juicy Liu

Drag Queen; Winner, GAPA Runway Pageant (2016); Host, JuicyThots.com Podcast; Activist; Social Chair, Membership Co-chair and Communications Co-chair, Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom

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Baoky Vu

Principal, Silverberry Capital; Former Policy Advisor, State Representative Bjay Pak; Governor’s 4th Congressional District Board Member, Technical College System of Georgia, Leadership Georgia (Class of 2008); Vice-Chair, DeKalb County Board of Voter Registration and Elections; Treasurer, DeKalb County Development Authority

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Michelle Meow

Producer and Host, "The Michelle Meow Show," KBCW TV and TuneIn; Member, Commonwealth Club Board of Governors—Co-Host

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John Zipperer

Producer and Host, Week to Week Political Roundtable; Vice President of Media & Editorial, The Commonwealth Club—Co-Host