Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote (APIAVote) is a left-of-center voter mobilization and research organization that aims to increase political participation among left-leaning Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States.  The organization frequently advocates for left-of-center policies and partners with left-of-center organizations. 
APIAVote’s “2020 Asian American Voter Survey” found that around 54% of registered Asian-American voters planned to vote for former Vice President Joe Biden, 30% planned to vote for incumbent President Donald Trump, and 16% were undecided.  The summary of the report written by APIAVote emphasized that only Vietnamese Americans preferred President Trump over former Vice President Biden in the 2020 election, though the report also revealed that the Asian-American community as a whole preferred the economic policies of the Republican Party to those of the Democratic Party. 
Norman Y. Mineta Institute
The Norman Y. Mineta Institute at APIAVote trains volunteers in voter outreach and engagement. Norman Mineta, the Institute’s namesake, is a career Democratic politician who served as Secretary of Commerce in the Clinton administration and Secretary of Transportation in the George W. Bush administration. 
Field and Infrastructure Building
APIAVote builds out get-out-the-vote infrastructure in Asian-American community centers, and partners with other organizations to increase voter registration in their communities.  Many of the organizations with which APIAVote has partnered explicitly support left-of-center policy positions, such as the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance and Asian Americans Advancing Justice.