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APA voters can be the margin of victory in 2024 as this election promises to be another squeaker in Arizona. There are 231,988 eligible APA voters, most of whom are concentrated in the Tucson and Phoenix area where Biden drew 80% of his winning vote. He only won by 10,000 votes statewide. 

AA4D will fund AZ Asian American Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander Advocates (AZ AANHPI Advocates), a 501c4 organization (partisan, non-tax deductible). They plan to expand their ground operations from Temple to Phoenix and Tucson. For the upcoming election cycle, the budget for AZ AANHPI Advocates is projected at $1.4 million, which will include comprehensive tactics such as mailers, digital ads, door knocking, in-language print ads in community publications and more.

They have 14 staff members who split their time between the non-partisan voter education/registration work and the partisan campaign work for local, state, and federal candidates and on ballot measures. Led by experienced organizer and former California nonprofit exec Jennifer Chau, AZ AANHPI Advocates is widely recognized as the leading APA organization in the electoral arena in Arizona.