ANCA Election Center – 2016


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 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.

Voter Registration

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

Register to Vote – To register to vote, visit the online ANCA registration page, set up in partnership with Rock the Vote
HyeVotes Initiative – Visit the ANCA Western Region’s ongoing voter registration effort, with broad focus on California and expanding to your state soon.