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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2020 Grade

Cosponsored the Armenian Genocide Resolution, S.Res.150? No
Cosponsored the Azerbaijan Human Rights / Arms Ban Resolution, S.Res.754? No
Cosponsored the Turkey Human Rights / Arms Ban Resolution, S.Res.755? No
Signed the 2020 Letter Condemning Azerbaijan/Turkey Attacks? No
Signed the 2020 Letter Supporting Artsakh De-Mining? No
Signed the 2019 Letter Supporting Artsakh De-Mining? No
Signed the 2020 Letter to the Library of Congress Urging them to Properly Categorize the Armenian Genocide? 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

02/28/20 - Sen. Cotton tweeted "Russia and the Assad regime are to blame for the humanitarian disaster unfolding in northwest Syria. Our NATO ally Turkey is doing the right thing. Putin and Assad must honor their commitments and stop the massacre." View the tweet here.

10/24/19 - Sen. Cotton posted the following to Facebook: ""The president faced a real dilemma a few weekends ago. We only had a couple dozen troops on the northern border of Syria with Turkey. President Erdogan of Turkey said that he was going to conduct the operation that he had been broadcasting for 2-3 months. In fact, when he stood at the U.N. General Assembly in New York in September, he literally held up a map for the cameras forecasting this operation. And the president and his senior military leaders have said that President Erdogan called not to request permission or to consult with President Trump, but to tell him that this operation was now going to begin. And the president had to make the call of whether we kept a couple dozen troops in northern Syria between two warring parties, and he made the call not to do so."" View the Facebook post here.

10/12/18 - Sen. Cotton tweeted "I am pleased to see that Pastor Brunson will finally be free to return safely to American soil. His release is long overdue, and the Turkish government never should have detained him in the first place." View the tweet here.
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