Yalla Vote 2012
AAI and our Yalla Vote partners and volunteers did tremendous work in 2012: we reached thousands of Arab American voters in the lead up to the election to help them register, most importantly, kept them informed and motivated to vote.
State-by-State Voter Guides & Information
AAI created state-specific Yalla Vote Guides and Delegate Guides for each of our key states, providing detailed information for residents of those states with the highest concentrations of Arab Americans. Just click on your state below to see our 2012 voter guides. We also provided information about voter registration deadlines and requirements, polling locations, state parties, how to become a delegate, local candidates, debates, and more.
To view 2012 election information for all other states, click here, then just click your state on the interactive map or scroll down to see key 2012 election dates and to link to your state election office.
Yalla Vote Phone Banking in Your State
Thank you to everyone who helped call Arab American voters in their state to remind them to get out and vote on November 6th. Every call made a difference. You can still sign up to join Yalla Vote and volunteers around the country helping to get out the Arab American Vote.
Statements of the Presidential Candidates
Click here to find out what the candidates said on the issues that mattered most to you in 2012.
Arab American Candidates
Find out more about the 2012 Election Results and Arab Americans who ran for office in your state.
How Did Your Incumbent Vote?
AAI’s Congressional Scorecard tracks the actions and votes of every Member of Congress and Senator on key issues. You can go back as far as 2001 to see whether your representatives lived up to their promises.
Key Issues: What’s at Stake
Stay Informed, Stay Engaged
To learn more about what’s going on in your state and around the country, sign up here.
Students and young professionals, sign up for AAI’s Emerging Leaders Program. You’ll get invitations to local events, learn about volunteer and internship opportunities, and more.
If you’d like to work on Yalla Vote—whether your organization wants to host a town hall or you’d like to volunteer for a get-out-the-vote phone bank—there’s a place for you in the campaign! Contact Hilary Robertson Collado.