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 “Supporting Armenians Against Azerbaijani Aggression Act” (S.2900)? Yes
Cosponsored the “Armenian Protection Act” (S.3000)? No
Cosponsored resolution asserting congressional oversight over U.S. Military Aid to Azerbaijan (S.Res.540)? Yes
Cosponsored the Artsakh Blockade Resolution (S.Res.244)? Yes
Cosponsored the Armenian Genocide Education Act (S.1329) Yes
Cosigned the Whitehouse/Magaziner Letter Demanding Azerbaijan Sanctions? No
Issued a Statement Condemning Azerbaijan’s Blockade of Artsakh? Yes

09/21/23 - Sen. Menendez tweeted "Aliyev will stop at nothing to eradicate Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh. I introduced bipartisan legislation to solidify our support for Armenians & show that the US will not stand idly by in the face of brutal campaigns of starvation and military action." View the tweet here.

09/20/23 - Sen. Menendez tweeted "Spoke with @SecBlinken last night about my concerns with Azerbaijan's troop buildup at the border & their continued aggression, which I warned about during last week's hearing. We must hold Aliyev accountable & provide immediate support to Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh." View the tweet here.

09/19/23 - Sen. Menendez tweeted "Azerbaijan’s brazen assault on Nagorno-Karabakh further proves Aliyev’s malicious intention to wipe out the Armenian population there. The U.S. and international community must act." View the tweet here.

09/14/23 - Sen. Menendez tweeted "TUNE IN: Our hearing – Assessing the Crisis in Nagorno-Karabakh – is about to begin. Witness: Yuri Kim, @StateEUR" View the tweet here.

09/12/23 - Sen. Menendez tweeted "The Aliyev government in Azerbaijan is carrying out a campaign of heinous atrocities. Now is the time to step up and protect this vulnerable population. Watch my full remarks on the Senate floor " View the tweet here.

08/31/23 - Sen. Menendez tweeted "Azerbaijan could end the crisis it created by opening the Lachin corridor immediately." View the tweet here.

08/28/23 - Sen. Menendez tweeted "Deeply troubled that Azerbaijan continues its outrageous behavior aimed at intimidating Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh, withholding humanitarian access, and undermining the critical work of the ICRC. This is unacceptable." View the tweet here.

08/15/23 - Sen. Menendez tweeted "Today, @SenAlexPadilla and I sent a letter to @USAmbUN urging her to work with all UNSC members to pressure the Azerbaijani government to lift the blockade and prevent what the evidence suggests is a coordinated effort to ethnically cleanse the people of Nagorno Karabakh." View the tweet here.

07/31/23 - Sen. Menendez tweeted "@ICRC has served as a lifeline to Nagorno Karabakh. Then Azerbaijan cut off its last remaining source of essential food & medicine. More than 7 months into Azerbaijan's blockade, the time is now for the US & its allies to exert pressure on Aliyev. Lives hang in the balance." View the tweet here.

07/25/23 - Sen. Menendez tweeted "As Azerbaijan continues to threaten stability in Armenia, my amendment prohibits the continued use of an exemption waiver of Section 907 of the Freedom Support Act & bans most security assistance to Azerbaijan until it ceases all blockades and offensive force against Armenia." View the tweet here.

07/20/23 - Sen. Menendez tweeted "49 years since Turkey’s invasion of the Republic of Cyprus, its continued occupation of the Republic’s north remains an affront to international law, countless United Nations resolutions, and to the Cypriot people. Read my full statement here:" View the tweet here.

06/28/23 - Sen. Menendez tweeted "I am deeply saddened to learn of the four Armenians killed in Nagorno-Karabakh today. As we continue to monitor the situation, the United States will remain steadfast in supporting peace in the region." View the tweet here.

05/10/23 - Sen. Menendez tweeted "150 days into Baku's blockade of Nagorno Karabakh, it is clear that Aliyev is manufacturing a humanitarian crisis & cutting off power for critical infrastructure. Sanctions for senior Azerbaijani officials must be on the table as we apply pressure to open the Lachin Corridor." View the tweet here.

05/01/23 - Sen. Menendez tweeted "As I did at #SFRC’s recent hearing on @USAID's FY24 budget request, I will continue to call for relief for Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh.I will continue to condemn Azerbaijan's Lachin Corridor checkpoint. I will continue to speak out. We cannot be silent." View the tweet here.

04/24/23 - Sen. Menendez tweeted "This #ArmenianGenocideRemembranceDay, we honor the memory of the 1.5 million Armenians who were systematically murdered by the Ottoman Empire. Immensely proud to have led Senate recognition & that @POTUS joined us in affirming the facts of this ultimate evil. #NeverAgain. As we stand with the Armenian community worldwide, we turn our attention to Nagorno-Karabakh. I condemn Azerbaijan's Lachin Corridor checkpoint, which threatens to exacerbate Nagorno-Karabakh Armenians' acute humanitarian crisis. It's time to halt security assistance to Baku." View the tweet here.

04/21/23 - Sen. Menendez tweeted "Deeply honored to speak in observance of the 108th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide—just two years after the President finally acknowledged the truth of what happened to the Armenian people. This long-awaited recognition is thanks to the dedication & commitment of the Armenian community, with whom I was immensely proud to stand & champion this cause. Because of your efforts, the world knows & recognizes the truth about victims & survivors of the Armenian Genocide. And yet today, Turkey tries to silence those speaking the truth about the Armenian Genocide. Azerbaijan is enforcing an illegal blockade on Nagorno-Karabakh, & its 2020 war has uprooted ~100,000 Armenians. Our work isn't done, & the US response has been unacceptable. Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh face an acute humanitarian crisis: Energy shortages. Medical shortages. Food shortages. Water shortages. The threat of ethnic cleansing. How can the US justify sending any kind of support—security or otherwise—to the regime in Baku? We cannot untether our security assistance from #HumanRights & American values. This not only damages American national security interests, but flies in the face of our duty to honor victims & survivors of the Armenian Genocide, & our duty to ensure history doesn't repeat itself. Let us honor Armenian Genocide victims' & survivors' struggle for survival in the past by standing up for truth today. Let’s hold those who would commit genocide to account, even if it takes a lifetime. Only with truth can we confront history, learn lessons, & say: "never again."" View the tweet here.

02/19/23 - Sen. Menendez tweeted "Glad to meet with Armenian Prime Minister @NikolPashinyan. We discussed the Lachin Corridor & the importance of strong ties between the United States & Armenia." View the tweet here.

01/14/23 - Sen. Menendez tweeted "ICYMI: My letter w/ @SASCDems Chairman @SenJackReed calling on the Admin to strengthen efforts to end Azerbaijan’s blockade of the Lachin corridor. We CANNOT stand aside while the Aliyev regime callously threatens the lives of Nagorno-Karabakh’s citizens." View the tweet here.

12/14/22 - Sen. Menendez tweeted "Aliyev's weaponization of winter against the people of #NagornoKarabakh is straight out of the authoritarian playbook. Democracies worldwide must swiftly condemn the coercive gas cuts & blockade by Aliyev & his proxies. Freedom of movement in #NagornoKarabakh must be restored." View the tweet here.
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