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The Standard on The Bay: School Board Recall Draws First-Time Chinese American Voters

Written by Han Li, Ericka Cruz Guevarra, Scott Shafer, Alan MontecilloPublished Feb. 02, 2022 • 3:37pm

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Note: The Bay is a local news podcast from KQED. This podcast was produced as part of a partnership between KQED and The San Francisco Standard.

The recall election of three San Francisco Board of Education members has motivated many Chinese voters to get involved in local politics for the first time. Early evidence suggests that much of this enthusiasm is coming from the “yes” side of the campaign. So why and how is this election speaking to first-time Chinese voters?

Guests: Han Li, reporter with The San Francisco Standard, and Scott Shafer, KQED politics and government editor and co-host of the Political Breakdown podcast.

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Ericka Cruz Guevarra, host of The Bay podcast at KQED, can be reached at [email protected].

Alan Montecillo, editor of The Bay podcast at KQED, can be reached at [email protected]

Scott Shafer, Senior Editor of KQED’s California Politics & Government Desk, can be reached at [email protected]

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