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? Yes
Cosponsored the Artsakh Recognition Resolution, H.Res.1203? No
Cosponsored the Resolution Condemning the Azerbaijan/Turkey Attacks, H.Res.1165? Yes
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)? Yes
Cosponsored the 2020 Speier-Cox Amendment to the Foreign Aid Bill for Continued U.S. Aid to Artsakh? Yes
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? Yes
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? Yes
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? Yes
Signed Letters Supporting Pro-Armenian Foreign Aid Priorities in 2019/2020? Yes
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? Yes
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? Yes

12/28/20 - Rep. Deutch tweeted "Closing civil society space in Turkey is another attempt by Erdogan to consolidate power & stifle any form of dissent or debate. For years, he has been using "terrorism" to arrest & detain political opponents, journalists, & judges.
This isn’t how a democratic ally should behave|Turkish parliament passes associations oversight law that critics say will stifle NGOs" View the tweet here.

02/05/20 - Rep. Deutch tweeted "’m very concerned by the Russia-Iran-Assad assault on Idlib & clashes between Turkey & Assad forces. The U.S. must act to de-escalate the conflict, prevent humanitarian crisis & impose penalties on those destabilizing Syria." View the tweet here.

01/15/20 - Rep. Deutch tweeted "I'm concerned by reports of new clashes in Libya. The Trump Admin. must work w/ our European allies & enhance diplomacy to end proxy war in Libya. If not, Turkey & Russia will shape Libya’s future & Libyan people will continue to bear brunt of conflict." View the tweet here.

12/07/19 - Rep. Deutch tweeted "Shameful that the WH is recruiting Senators to block the Senate from acknowledging history and recognizing the Armenian genocide. The House voted 405-11 to adopt the resolution last month. This is not about politics, it’s about honoring the victims of genocide." View the tweet here.

10/29/19 - Rep. Deutch posted the following to Facebook: "This afternoon, the US House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a resolution recognizing the Armenian Genocide, rejecting efforts to deny it, and encouraging education and public understanding of the facts, including America’s role in the humanitarian relief effort.

The Armenian Genocide was one of the worst atrocities of the 20th century. More than 1.5 million Armenian men, women, and children were systematically murdered by the Ottoman Empire.

Unfortunately, in the years since this horrific tragedy, there have been efforts to deny the truth of this staggering crime, including strong efforts by the Turkish government to downplay the systematic execution of Armenians and block official recognitions by other countries.

For that reason, it is important that the United States officially recognize it, honor the victims and survivors, and encourage people to learn more about it and keep its memory alive." View the Facebook post here.

05/07/19 - Rep. Deutch tweeted "#Turkey’s threats to drill in #Cyprus’ EEZ are a threat to peace and stability in the region. Such illegal actions harm US interests, values, and strategic partners, and I join @StateDeptand @HouseForeign in condemning them." View the tweet here.
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