GOP Senate Candidate Corey Stewart Pledges to End Race-Based College AdmissionsFox News
Oct. 03, 2018
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Virginia Republican Senate candidate Corey Stewart, in an appeal to Asian-American voters, is calling for legislation to eliminate race as a dominant factor in college admissions.
The controversial candidate, who’s in an uphill race against Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine, unveiled the plan during a recent press conference at a popular Vietnamese-American shopping center outside Washington.
“I always knew that race was a factor in college admissions, but I didn’t realize how bad it was until some citizens brought it up,” Stewart told Fox News in an interview.
He said he pursued the issue after being approached by Chinese-American residents about racial bias in college admissions, voicing concerns that the systems effectively require Asian-American students to score much higher on the SAT to gain admission.