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.

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Cosponsored the Armenian Genocide Education Act (H.R.7555)? NO
Cosponsored Resolution Urging Release of Armenian POWs (H.Res.240)? NO
Cosponsored Resolution Condemning Azerbaijan’s Attack on Armenia (H.Res.1351)? NO
Cosponsored Resolution Condemning Azerbaijan for Atrocities Committed Against Armenia (H.Res.1400) NO
Cosponsored Pro-Armenian Amendments to the FY22 NDAA? NO
Cosponsored Pro-Armenian Amendments to the FY23 NDAA? NO
Signed Letter Supporting Pro-Armenian Foreign Aid Priorities in 2021? NO
Signed Letter Supporting Pro-Armenian Foreign Aid Priorities in 2022? NO
Signed 2022 Letter to Expand U.S. Aid to Artsakh? NO
Signed 2021 Letter Calling on U.S. to Cut Military Aid to Azerbaijan? NO
Signed 2021 Letter Urging President to Recognize Armenian Genocide? NO
Signed 2021 Armenian American Priorities Letter to the President? NO
Signed Letter Urging the U.S. to Block the Transfer of Drone Technology to Turkey? NO
Signed Letters Urging the U.S. to Block F-16s Sale to Turkey in 2021? NO
Signed Letters Urging the U.S. to Block F-16s Sale to Turkey in 2022? NO
Signed 2021 Letter Urging U.S. Funding for Artsakh Demining? NO
Attended the Capitol Hill Armenian Genocide Commemoration in 2022? NO
Attended the Capitol Hill Salute to Artsakh in 2022? NO
Issued Statement Condemning 9/22 Azerbaijani Attack on Armenia? NO
Issued Statements Commemorating Azerbaijan's Pogroms in Sumgait & Baku? NO
Issued an April 24th Statement Marking the Armenian Genocide in 2021/2022? YES
Member of the Congressional Caucus on Armenian Issues? YES

09/19/22 - Rep. Pelosi posted the following to Facebook: "Our Congressional delegation traveled to Armenia, an important front in the battle between democracy and autocracy. Throughout our engagements in Yerevan, the capital, we conveyed a strong message of support for Armenia’s democracy and security, particularly following Azerbaijan’s offensive against Armenia. Our visit was planned before the September 12th initiation of hostilities. Members of the House Armenian Caucus Chairs Frank Pallone, Anna Eshoo, and Jackie Speier, and I began our visit by laying a wreath at the Tsitsernakaberd Armenian Genocide Memorial. There, we prayed for the 1.5 million Armenian men, women, and children murdered in the genocide. Congress is committed to ensuring that the truth of the genocide is never erased – which is why, in 2019, we passed legislation to formally acknowledge the Armenian Genocide, which President Biden echoed with his official recognition last year. It was a privilege to be awarded the Ambassador Henry Morgenthau medal from the Genocide Museum-Institute, which I accepted on behalf of the Congress for our work to recognize and raise awareness on the Armenian Genocide. Our delegation was honored to meet with Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and other high-level government leaders, including Speaker of the National Assembly Alen Simonyan and Defense Minister Suren Papikyan. These engagements provided for an exchange of ideas on policies and actions to advance stability, peace, and prosperity in Armenia and the region. Important to our visit, our delegation then held a roundtable with civil society leaders, who expressed the concerns and needs of their people during this difficult time and shed their light on Armenia’s battle for its democracy and security. It was my honor to address those leaders in a speech at the Cafesjian Center for the Arts, a crown jewel of Armenian culture, where I delivered a clear message of America’s commitment to Armenia. Later, we met with opposition leaders serving in the National Assembly. While there are disagreements about domestic policy, there was clear agreement among these leaders that Azerbaijan must immediately stop its aggression. Further informed and inspired by the reception that we received, our delegation returns to Washington proud and ready to advance the Congress’s longstanding commitment to a democratic Armenia and a secure, peaceful Caucasus region." View the Facebook post here.

09/19/22 - Rep. Pelosi posted the following to Facebook: "Our Congressional delegation traveled to Armenia, an important front in the battle between democracy and autocracy. Throughout our engagements in Yerevan, the capital, we conveyed a strong message of support for Armenia’s democracy and security, particularly following Azerbaijan’s offensive against Armenia." View the Facebook post here.

09/19/22 - Rep. Pelosi tweeted "Our Congressional delegation traveled to Armenia, an important front in the battle between democracy & autocracy. Throughout our engagements, we conveyed a strong message of support for Armenia’s democracy & security, particularly following Azerbaijan’s offensive against Armenia." View the tweet here.

09/19/22 - Rep. Pelosi tweeted "Members of the @ArmenianCaucus Chairs @FrankPallone, @RepAnnaEshoo, and @RepSpeier, and I began our visit by laying a wreath at the Tsitsernakaberd Armenian Genocide Memorial. There, we prayed for the 1.5 million Armenian men, women, and children murdered in the genocide." View the tweet here.

09/19/22 - Rep. Pelosi tweeted "Congress is committed to ensuring that the truth of the genocide is never erased – which is why, in 2019, we passed legislation to formally acknowledge the Armenian Genocide, which @POTUS Biden echoed with his official recognition last year." View the tweet here.

09/18/22 - Rep. Pelosi posted the following to Facebook: "Today, our delegation met with Defense Minister Suren Papikyan to convey America's support for Armenia's security. On behalf of the United States Congress, we condemned Azerbaijan’s attacks and spoke about the need for peace and security." View the Facebook post here.

09/18/22 - Rep. Pelosi posted the following to Facebook: "Today, I delivered remarks in Yerevan at the Cafesjian Center for the Arts to make it clear that America stands with Armenia. In the ongoing battle against autocracy around the world, we will always support democracy and freedom. After my speech, our delegation had the opportunity to speak with civil society leaders at a roundtable. They shared their experiences and we discussed the need to ensure that all can live free from violence and conflict. During this difficult time, we must have hope. We can find hope in the story of Armenia, which is one of resilience and strength. We can find hope through the arts, and as the poet Paruyr Sevak wrote: the flame never went off, but through long centuries kept on burning. It was a privilege today to see how the hopeful flame of Armenia burns so brightly. Watch my full speech at the Cafesjian Center for the Arts here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwR7InXP2x0" View the Facebook post here.

09/18/22 - Rep. Pelosi posted the following to Facebook: "Today, our Congressional delegation had the high privilege of meeting with His Excellency Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan of Armenia, a valued partner in advancing security, prosperity, and Democracy in the Caucasus region. Our Members expressed our appreciation and commitment to strengthen the U.S.-Armenian partnership. We also expressed our pride in President Biden last year becoming the first U.S. President to formally recognize the Armenian Genocide, following the lead of the House in 2019. I also expressed the condemnation of the Congress for Azerbaijan's attack and reaffirmed the US’ commitment to a negotiated, comprehensive, and sustainable settlement to all conflicts related to Nagorno Karabakh that will lead to a future of peace and stability." View the Facebook post here.

09/18/22 - Rep. Pelosi posted the following to Facebook: "This afternoon, our delegation met with The Honorable Speaker Alen Simonyan to reiterate Congress's commitment to strengthening the U.S.-Armenian relationship and convey America's support for Armenia following Azerbaijan’s assault on its territory. Together, our parliaments and nations can work to advance a prosperous, peaceful, and democratic Armenia and a stable and secure Caucasus region." View the Facebook post here.

09/18/22 - Rep. Pelosi posted the following to Facebook: "Today, our delegation was deeply honored to join The Honorable Speaker Alen Simonyan to lay a wreath at Tsitsernakaberd Armenian Genocide Memorial and pray for the 1.5 million Armenian men, women, and children murdered in the genocide. The Congress is committed to always honoring our collective responsibility to uphold the memory of the dead, affirm the history of this tragedy, and ensure such a horror can never again happen. Last year, President Biden made history by becoming the first US President to formally recognize the genocide, following the House's 2019 passage of H.Res.296 to do so. We must never allow the truth of the genocide to be erased, especially as atrocities are perpetrated today." View the Facebook post here.

09/18/22 - Rep. Pelosi posted the following to Facebook: "Join me live as I deliver remarks in Yerevan to send a strong message: America stands with Armenia in supporting its security and democracy." View the Facebook post here.

09/18/22 - Rep. Pelosi posted the following to Facebook: "Join Speaker Alen Simonyan, Representative Frank Pallone, Representative Jackie Speier, Representative Anna Eshoo and me in Armenia for a press conference following our bilateral meeting on the U.S.-Armenian relationship and America's support for Armenia as it faces an illegal and deadly assault by Azerbaijan." View the Facebook post here.

09/18/22 - Rep. Pelosi posted the following to Facebook: "After Representative Frank Pallone, Representative Jackie Speier, Representative Anna Eshoo and I arrived in Yerevan, we greeted the U.S. Marine detachment at the U.S. Embassy in Armenia. It was our privilege to offer gratitude from the Country and our Congress for the service of our heroes in uniform." View the Facebook post here.

09/18/22 - Rep. Pelosi tweeted "Join @AlenSimonyan, @FrankPallone, @RepSpeier, @RepAnnaEshoo & me in Armenia for a press conference following our bilateral meeting on the U.S.-Armenian relationship & America's support for Armenia as it faces an illegal & deadly assault by Azerbaijan." View the tweet here.

09/18/22 - Rep. Pelosi tweeted "Today, our delegation was deeply honored to join @AlenSimonyan to lay a wreath at Tsitsernakaberd Armenian Genocide Memorial and pray for the 1.5 million Armenian men, women, and children murdered in the genocide." View the tweet here.

09/18/22 - Rep. Pelosi tweeted "This afternoon, our delegation met with Speaker @AlenSimonyan to reiterate Congress's commitment to strengthening the U.S.-Armenian relationship and convey America's support for Armenia following Azerbaijan’s assault on its territory." View the tweet here.

09/18/22 - Rep. Pelosi tweeted "Our Members expressed our appreciation & commitment to strengthen the U.S.-Armenian partnership. We also expressed our pride in President Biden last year becoming the first U.S. President to formally recognize the Armenian Genocide, following the lead of the House in 2019." View the tweet here.

09/18/22 - Rep. Pelosi tweeted "I also expressed the condemnation of the Congress for Azerbaijan's attack & reaffirmed the US’ commitment to a negotiated, comprehensive, and sustainable settlement to all conflicts related to Nagorno Karabakh that will lead to a future of peace and stability." View the tweet here.

09/18/22 - Rep. Pelosi tweeted "Today, our delegation met with @ArmeniaMODTeam Minister Suren Papikyan to convey America's support for Armenia's security. On behalf of the United States Congress, we condemned Azerbaijan’s attacks & spoke about the need for peace & security." View the tweet here.

09/17/22 - Rep. Pelosi tweeted "This delegation follows the 2019 passage of House Resolution 296, introduced by @RepAdamSchiff, which recognizes the murder of 1.5 million Armenians by the Ottoman Empire as genocide, and following @POTUS becoming the first president to formally acknowledge the Armenian Genocide." View the tweet here.

09/17/22 - Rep. Pelosi tweeted "In meetings with government leaders, civil society members & members of the security establishment, we will convey the strong & ongoing support of the United States, as an OSCE Minsk Chair & longtime friend to Armenia, for a lasting settlement to the conflict in Nagorno Karabakh." View the tweet here.

04/24/22 - Rep. Pelosi posted the following to Facebook: "Read My Full Statement Commemorating the Armenian Genocide Here:" View the Facebook post here.

04/24/22 - Rep. Pelosi posted the following to Facebook: "Today, the world solemnly marks 107 years since the Ottoman Empire began an inhuman campaign of mass murder and devastation: a genocide that stole the lives of 1.5 million Armenian men, women and children. Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day shines a light on a monstrous truth while honoring those murdered and those who survived unspeakable horror. In 2019, the Congress voted to recognize that the violence inflicted on the Armenian people constituted a genocide: a bold statement of America's commitment to human rights and to truth. Last year, President Biden made history by echoing that powerful message from our nation’s highest office. As the first president to recognize Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day, he made clear that the United States stands with the generations of Armenians who have fought against those attempting to rewrite history. The world must never forget the barbarism that stains the past, as it reminds us of our collective responsibility to condemn and combat hateful violence. Right now, we feel the urgency of that moral obligation as we witness crimes against humanity around the globe, including Russia’s shocking cruelty toward the brave people of Ukraine. May this solemn day always renew our courage and strength to stand up for the universal right to life, dignity and peace – for every person, everywhere." View the Facebook post here.

04/24/22 - Rep. Pelosi tweeted "Today, the world solemnly marks 107 years since the Ottoman Empire began an inhuman campaign of mass murder and devastation: a genocide that stole the lives of 1.5 million Armenian men, women and children." View the tweet here.

04/24/22 - Rep. Pelosi tweeted "Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day shines a light on a monstrous truth while honoring those murdered and those who survived unspeakable horror." View the tweet here.

04/24/22 - Rep. Pelosi tweeted "In 2019, the Congress voted to recognize that the violence inflicted on the Armenian people constituted a genocide: a bold statement of America's commitment to human rights & truth. Last year, @POTUS made history by echoing that powerful message from our nation’s highest office." View the tweet here.

04/24/21 - Rep. Pelosi posted the following to Facebook: "Today marks 106 years since the beginning of the systematic murder of more than 1.5 million Armenians by the Ottoman Empire. On April 24, and every day, we remember the victims and survivors who endured nearly incomprehensible suffering and pledge to honor their lives by recognizing this brutality for what it was: genocide. But tragically, the truth of these heinous crimes has too often been denied, its monstrosity minimized. That is why our hearts are full of joy that the Biden Administration has taken the historic step of joining Congress with its formal recognition on Armenian Genocide Day. This landmark action follows Congress’ 2019 resolution declaring that the barbarism committed against the Armenian people was a genocide. We salute Congresswoman Anna Eshoo, Chairman Adam Schiff, Chairman Frank Pallone, Congresswoman Jackie Speier and generations of courageous Armenians who made this day possible because they refused to accept the shameful denial of the truth. History teaches us that if we ignore its darkest chapters, we are destined to witness the horrors of the past be repeated. To commemorate this solemn day of remembrance, let us pledge to always stand strong against hatred and violence wherever we see it and recommit to building a future of hope, peace and freedom for all the world’s children. https://www.speaker.gov/newsroom/42421" View the Facebook post here.

04/24/21 - Rep. Pelosi tweeted "Today we remember the 1.5+ million Armenians who were brutally murdered in the Armenian Genocide. We must honor their lives by combating denial of these heinous crimes and recognizing this brutality for what it was: genocide." View the tweet here.

04/24/21 - Rep. Pelosi tweeted "Our hearts are full of joy that @POTUS has taken an historic step with its formal recognition of Armenian Genocide Day, following Congress’ 2019 resolution declaring that the barbarism committed against Armenians was genocide." View the tweet here.
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