Last Chance to Vote in Burbank

Roster of ANCA-Burbank endorsed candidates

BURBANK—Mere hours are left to Burbank’s all-mail primary election of February 26th.

“We urge everyone to vote.  But it’s too late to mail your ballots in,” explained Astine Suleimanyan, Burbank ANCA’s Voter Outreach Coordinator. “Instead, please deliver them yourself to the City Clerk’s office in Burbank City Hall or one of the other drop-off points before 7:00 pm on election day,”

For help, the Armenian National Committee of America— Burbank may be contacted at 818/562-1918 or Info@ancaburbank.org. Or, the City Clerk’s office can be reached directly at 818/238-5851.

Once again this year, Saturday voting is possible at the City Clerk’s office on February 23.  The list of times and places votes can be dropped off follows.

City Clerk’s Office- 275 E. Olive- 8: a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday, February 23 – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and
Tuesday, February 26 – ELECTION DAY 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Alternate drop-off centers open ONLY ON:
Saturday, February 23 – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and
Tuesday, February 26 – ELECTION DAY 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Buena Vista Branch Library, 300 North Buena Vista Street
Joslyn Center – 1301 West Olive Avenue
McCambridge Recreation Center 1515 North Glenoaks Boulevard
Tuttle Center – 1731 North Ontario Street

As a reminder the endorsed candidates are:
City Council: David Gordon, Bob Frutos, and Jess Talamantes
Board of Education: Armond Aghakhanian and Larry Applebaum
City Clerk: Zizette Mullins

“Voting affirms people’s civic engagement and power, which Burbank’s Armenian community needs.  Please be sure to vote.  It’s very important,” said Gaidzag Shahbazian, Burbank ANCA Electoral/Political Chair.

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