October 19, 2010

House, Senate Candidates Take a Stand on Issues Important to Iranian Americans

Your Vote CountsWashington, DC – NIAC recently surveyed Senate and House candidates in races where there are large Iranian-American populations about key issues, like the possibility of a military confrontation between the United States and Iran, human rights, sanctions, and visa and immigration issues. By letting the candidates speak for themselves on issues important to the Iranian-American community, NIAC hopes to help Iranian-American voters make informed decisions at the ballot box on November 2. As a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization, NIAC cannot and does not endorse political candidates.

View responses from:

Wisconsin (Senate)

California Districts 3 (Rancho Cordova), 6 (Sonoma), 9 (Oakland), 15 (Santa Clara), 27 (Granada Hills), 28 (San Fernando), 30 (Los Angeles), 46 (Huntington Beach), 48 (Irvine, Laguna Beach), 52 (La Mesa)

Illinois District 15 (Champaign)

Texas Districts 3 (Plano) and 32 (Irving)

Virginia Districts8 (Arlington), 10 (McLean) and 11 (Fairfax)

WashingtonDistrict7 (Seattle)






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