RNC Opens First Asian Pacific American Center In California Amid Midterms

(FreedomBeacon.com)- On Friday, the Republican National Committee opened its first Asian Pacific American Community Center. It’s part of an effort by the Republicans to improve representation in the community and gain voters by understanding the issues that Asian Pacific Americans care about the most.

The new center is located in Little Saigon, a region of Orange County in California, and will focus on organizing Hispanic, Asian American, and Black voters in time for the 2022 midterm elections.

Thankfully, the Republicans are already off to a good start. President Donald Trump attracted more non-white voters than any Republican president before him in recent history, thrashing Senator Mitt Romney’s efforts in the 2012 election. And with renewed focus and efforts, the Republicans could be on track to beat 2020’s numbers when the Democratic majority in the House of Representatives was slashed dramatically.

Notably, Reps. Young Kim and Michelle Steel, both Republican congresswomen from California, flipped the 39th and 48th districts from Democratic to Republican. They were also the first-ever Asian American women to serve in the United States Congress.

That’s a blow to the “diverse” Democrats!

Both congresswomen praised the opening of the new Republican outreach center and said that the work being done will help spread the party’s “uplifting message and optimistic agenda” to Americans throughout the APA community.

Kim said that the GOP is now the “Grand Opportunity Party.”

That’s got a nice ring to it, right?

In May, census data showed that voters who identify as Pacific Islander Americans increased by 14 points, which represents a larger increase in the number of Black voters between 2004 and 2008.

America’s demographics are changing, and the Republican Party is building its Make America Great Again agenda to suit a multi-racial, working-class demographic of people.

It sounds like a winning strategy.