Asian Americans are the fastest growing group of eligible voters in the United States. But they’re often overlooked as a voting bloc.
Reset takes a look at why Asian Americans could be the last group of undecided voters and how local groups are empowering Asian American voters in the Chicago area.
GUESTS: Hua Hsu, New Yorker staff writer
Andy Kang, executive director of Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Chicago
Shobhana Verma, executive director of the South Asian American Policy and Research Institute