With the opposition to the Armenian Genocide Resolution, H.Res.106, crumbling and the Turkish lobby on the run, now is the time to demand that Congress pass the Armenian Genocide Resolution.
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Quick: Your call will usually take less than two minutes from start to finish.
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Your typical phone call to Congress:
Most Likely: In most cases (over 75% of the time), you’ll only speak to a receptionist, who will take down your message.
Less Likely: In some cases (about 20% of the time), the receptionist will transfer you to the voicemail of a legislative aide.
Least Likely: On rare occasion (less than 5% of the time), you will be transferred directly to the assistant handling foreign affairs.