ANCA - Burbank
75 E. Santa Anita Ave.
Burbank, CA 91502

contact-Zareh Khachatourian
[email protected]

January 28, 2015

Register to Vote; Voter Ballot Packages Sent

Burbank, CA - The Armenian National Committee of America Burbank (ANCA
Burbank) encourages Burbank residents to vote in the 2015 City Council
and School Board Elections. The ballot packages were mailed by the
Burbank City Clerk on Wednesday, January 28. Voters can expect to
receive them as early as Friday or Saturday. For those who are not yet
registered to vote and want to participate in these elections, the
final day to register is February 9th.

The ANCA has commenced a last-chance voter registration effort, part
of the local Hye Votes program, in the two weeks remaining before the
deadline. Interested citizens can request forms or assistance by
writing to [email protected], by calling the ANCA Burbank office
at 818/562-1918, or by going to

Hagop Hergelian, long-time ANCA Burbank activist asks voters to, `cast
your ballots immediately upon getting them in your mailbox, since in
Burbank, our municipal elections are all-mail. If you have any
questions or need help in filling out your ballot, ANCA Burbank is
happy to assist. Just call or e-mail us.'

The Primary Election ends on February 24th and the General Election
will end on April 14th. There are several opportunities to meet the
candidates in informal events, as well as, candidate forums at
Woodbury University. A full list of events can be found on the City of
Burbank Elections website. Also, residents can contact the City
Clerk's office directly at 818-238-5851 or email
[email protected]

The ANCA Burbank reminds voters that for Burbank City Council, Emily
Gabel-Luddy has been endorsed. For Board of Education, vote for ONLY
THREE candidates, even though four have been endorsed, choose from
among them: Armond Aghakhanian, Steve Ferguson, Vahe Hovanessian, and
Roberta Reynolds.

The Armenian National Committee of America-Burbank advances the
social, economic, cultural, and political rights of the area's
Armenian community and promotes its increased civic participation at
the grassroots and public policy levels.