|Posted by MD Rabbi Alam on March 3, 2011 at 4:33 PM|
Missouri Democratic Party Asian American Caucus Chairman MD Alam meets the DNC Chairman Time Kaine
Missouri Democratic Party Asian American Caucus (MDPAAC) Chairman MD Alam meets with the DNC Chairman Time Kaine:
Missouri Democratic Party Asian American Caucus (MDPAAC) Chairman MD Alam meets with the DNC Chairman Tim Kaine on Feb 26, 2011 in the DNC Winter Meeting takes place in the Waldman Park Marriot in Washington D.C. The 2011 DNC Winter Meeting held on Feb 24, 25 & 26 of 2011. The Picture was taken on Feb 25’ 2011.
Missouri Democratic Party Asian American Caucus attended the DNC Winter Meeting of 2011. Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine spoke at the meeting as the Key note speaker. The 3 day’s DNC Winter Meeting has a significant to prepare democrats nation-wide for 2012 DNC Convention and the 2012 Presidential Election. DNC Vice Chairman Mike Honda, Donna Brazile, and all the national committeemen and committeewomen along with the state Part Executives attended the meeting. MD Alam, Dr. Abdul Akram, Maqsood Choudhry and Salman Iqbal attended the DNC General meeting, the National Democratic Ethnic Coordinating Council (NDECC) Meeting and the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) meeting.
The AAPI Caucus Meeting took place on Feb 24th and the NDECC Meeting took place on the Feb 25th of 2011. Dr. James Zogby chaired the NDECC Meeting and Bell Long-Hong Chaired the AAPI Caucus Meeting. MDPAAC Chairman MD Alam, MDPAAC Vice Chairman Dr Abdul Akram, MDPAAC Campaign Coordinator Maqsood Choudhry, and NDPAAC Maryland Chapter’s Coordinator Salman Iqbal attended both NDECC and AAPI Caucus Meeting and the General Meeting which took place on the Feb 26.
After attending the NDECC Meeting MD Alam and Dr Abdul Akram met with Tim Kaine and other elected official for discussing issues and most common key factors that is influential to the Asian American Communities specially to the Ethnic Communities and have a successful National Convention for National Democratic Asian American Caucus (NDPAAC) which has possible been scheduled in November of 2011.
Tim Kaine advised MD Alam and Dr. Abdul Akram to keep up the efforts to bring new voters to pool that will help Democrats to win in the 2012 Election from State of Missouri. MDPAAC Chairman MD Alam highly spoke about the USNDPAAC and its 50 states incorporation as well as the 2012 US Presidential Election and Obama's race. MD Alam believes with the voting empowerment of Asian American Caucus Missourians will have victory in 2012 Obama’s Presidential race. In the National Democratic Ethnic Coordinating Committee Meeting MD Alam spoke about some ongoing issues and some suggestions how to reach out the communities of Continent of Asian region including middle-eastern Countries. Dr. James Zogby Ethnic Coordinating Committee Chair discussed on the DNC resolution passed on implementing state party ethnic councils as well as out reaching the Ethnic Communities. Dr. Zogby spoke about the inclusion of 5 addition states to the previous 3 states efforts of Ethnic Council Movement.
Dr. Abdul Akram spoke about reaching the Asian American Delegates and voters as well as. Dr. Akram highly spoke about the Un-Represented Ethnic Communities and the DNC Convention and the Delegation process. MD Alam invites all the Asian American Communities as well as the Ethnic Communities to be actively involved in the political process and be a concerned citizen by giving back to the nation’s crisis moment. MD Alam and Dr. Abdul Akram both focused on the USNDPAAC’s National Convention and are ready to have a successful Convention. On Feb 25’ 2011 MD Alam and Dr. Abdul Akram along with Maqsood Choudhry and Salman Iqbal attended a special “White House Briefings at the White House Conference Center. On the 25th evening MD Alam and rest of the leaderships of MDPAAC met with Maryland’s Governor Martin O’Malley and discuss how to reach out the Asian American as well as all the ethnic Communities in the states of Maryland. Governor O’Malley spoke to the group and suggested MD Alam to keep up the Asian American Caucus movement in a great capacity.