Voter REgistration & Meeting Burbank Candidates

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

contact-Zareh Khachatourian
[email protected]
January 29, 2015

Register to Vote; Attend Burbank Candidate Meet-&-Greet Events

Burbank, CA – The Armenian National Committee of America Burbank
(Burbank ANCA) encourages Burbank voters to meet the 2015 City Council
and School Board Candidates at a series of meet-and-greet events.

Along with other community organizations, the Burbank ANCA was
represented on the City Clerk’s `I Vote 4 Burbank’ committee charged
with improving voter turnout in local municipal elections. These
events are one of the products of the committee’s work.

For those who are not yet registered to vote and want to participate
in these elections, the Burbank 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] or by calling
the Burbank ANCA office at (818) 562-1918.

The dates and locations of the events are listed below. All the events
will be held from 6:30pm to 8:00pm.

Monday, January 26, 2015
Bellarmine Jefferson High School – St. Eleanor Hall
465 East Olive Avenue

Monday, February 9, 2015
Burbank High School Library
902 North Third Street

Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Westminster Presbyterian Church
542 North Buena Vista Street

Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Burroughs High School Library
1920 Clark Avenue
Entrance through Indian Alley on Parish Street

The Primary Election ends on February 24th and the General Election
will end on April 14th. Please note that the last day to register to
vote for the Primary Election is February 9th. These Meet & Greet
events provide an informal setting to get to know the seven City
Council and six School Board Candidates. For more information, please
contact the City Clerk’s office at 818-238-5851 or email
[email protected]

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.


From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress

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