The ANCA closely tracks the performance of every incumbent Senator and Representative across a broad array of pro-Armenian legislative metrics, carefully scores and objectively grades each legislator, and then – as a public service to voters interested in factoring our insights into the diverse set of criteria they consider when voting – widely circulates non-biased, fact-driven, merit-based Report Cards and Endorsements each election cycle.

Choose your state on the map below or in the “Select State” dropbox to view the report cards of all House Members and Senate Members.

2020 Grade

Voted for the Armenian Genocide Resolution, H.Res. 296? Yes
Cosponsored the Armenian Genocide Resolution, H.Res.296? No
Cosponsored the Artsakh Recognition Resolution, H.Res.1203? No
Cosponsored the Resolution Condemning the Azerbaijan/Turkey Attacks, H.Res.1165? No
Cosponsored the U.S.-Artsakh Travel and Communication Resolution, H.Res.190? No
Cosponsored the Resolution Reaffirming the US-Armenia Strategic Relationship (H.Res.452)? No
Cosponsored the 2020 Speier-Cox Amendment to the Foreign Aid Bill for Continued U.S. Aid to Artsakh? No
Voted for the 2019 Speier Amendment to the Foreign Aid Bill Calling for $40 Million in Aid to Armenia? Yes
Voted for the 2019 Sherman Amendment to the NDAA against Azerbaijani Threats to Shoot Down Civilian Aircraft? Yes
Signed the 2020 Armenian Caucus Letter Condemning Azerbaijan/Turkey attacks on Armenia/Artsakh? No
Signed the 2020 Cox-Sherman-Costa-Clark Letter Calling for Sanctions on Azerbaijan for War Crimes? No
Signed the 2020 Speier Letter Against the Anti-Armenian Chabot-Cohen Amendment to NDAA? No
Signed the Armenian Caucus Letter Condemning the Azerbaijan War Games in May, 2020? No
Signed the 2019 Sherman-Cox Letter to Continue US Aid for Artsakh De-Mining? No
Signed Letters Supporting Pro-Armenian Foreign Aid Priorities in 2019/2020? No
Signed the 2020 Titus Letter urging the Library of Congress to properly categorize the Armenian Genocide? No
Signed the 2019 Armenian Genocide Letter to the President? No
Signed the 2020 Crenshaw Letter to Block Erdogan’s Visit to DC? No
Issued a 2020 Statement Calling for Artsakh Recognition? No
Issued a 2020 Statement Condemning Azerbaijan/Turkey Attacks on Armenia/Artsakh? No
Issued an April 24th Statement Marking the Armenian Genocide in 2019/2020? No
Commemorated the Sumgait-Baku-Kirovabad Pogroms in 2019/2020? No
Offered Remarks in 2019/2020 making false Khojaly accusations? No
Traveled to Armenia and/or Artsakh in 2019/2020? No
Member of the Congressional Caucus on Armenian Issues? No

10/29/19 - Rep. Wild tweeted "??The House just passed the #PACTAc??This bill holds Turkey accountable for its brutal invasion of northern Syria by imposing strong sanctions and stopping weapons sales to Turkey that could be used in Syria." View the tweet here.

10/14/19 - Rep. Wild posted the following to Facebook: "Let’s be clear: this is a crisis of @realDonaldTrump’s own making. With his latest reckless foreign policy decision to abandon our Kurdish partners (at the urging of Turkey’s government, no less), he has endangered our allies and our country." View the Facebook post here.

10/08/19 - Rep. Wild posted the following to Facebook: "I am alarmed by the President’s decision to abandon our Kurdish allies in Syria—allies that have played a critical part in the fight against ISIS and endured overwhelming casualties as a result of their role on the frontlines of this effort.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and other high-ranking Turkish officials have made their intentions clear through multiple public statements: they intend to invade Northern Syria and view our Kurdish partners, the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), as an adversary. By agreeing to abruptly remove all U.S. forces from the area following a telephone call with President Erdogan—and only hours after President Erodgan explicitly threatened Kurdish forces in Northern Syria in public remarks—President Trump has given Turkey a green light to target steadfast U.S. partners who have served and sacrificed alongside our own forces.

Turkey is a NATO ally and an important partner of the United States, and I believe that we must take seriously concerns regarding Turkey’s own internal security challenges. At the same time, we must also make clear that we will stand by our partners and fulfill our longstanding role as a stabilizing force between different parties that advance our core interests and values.

While I understand and share the President’s commitment to bringing our troops home and drawing down our military presence in the Middle East, I believe that it is imperative that our nation undertake this process in an orderly and responsible fashion. As a Member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, I have a firsthand view of the need to maintain and strengthen the partnerships, alliances, and rules-based international order that administrations of both parties have shaped to advance our country’s interests over generations.

I join many of my colleagues in both the House and the Senate—Republicans and Democrats alike—in urging the President to reverse course and act decisively to demonstrate to Turkey and the world that the United States will stand by our Kurdish allies and honor our commitments." View the Facebook post here.
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