Find out where U.S. Presidential and Congressional candidates stand on Armenian American concerns – and encourage them explain their positions – by checking out the ANCA’s candidate overviews and Congressional Report Cards.
U.S. Presidential Elections 2016
- ANCA Presidential Candidate Overview – The ANCA has compiled information on each presidential candidate’s record on Armenian American concerns.
- Send a free ANCA WebMail asking the candidates to explain their views on Armenian American concerns
- Ask A Question: Check out some sample questions you can ask Presidential candidates at a coffee, town hall, social media event – or right from their website.
- Election 2016 Primary Dates: Not sure when the primaries are in your state? Find out on this excellent overview prepared by the New York Times.
U.S. Congressional Elections 2016
- ANCA Congressional Endorsements – Check out the ANCA endorsed Congressional candidates from over 30 states.
- ANCA Congressional Report Cards – Review the ANCA ratings of all current members of the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives
- ANCA Congressional Questionnaire 2016 – Check out the Questionnaire and stay tuned for an online version candidates can submit with a few key strokes.
- Candidates Running in your District – Not sure who is running for Federal or State office in your area? Type in you ZIP code and find out.
Voting is a right and a responsibility. Though each U.S. state has its own rules, three criteria are common among all:
1) You must be a U.S. Citizen
2) You must by 18 years of age by election day (The 2016 general election date is Tuesday, November 8th)
3) You must meet your state’s residency requirements