Muslims running in U.S. Elections (2019-2020)
Movita Johnson-Harrell is a Democratic candidate for Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 190, in the general special election on March 12, 2019. Read more about Johnson-Harrell here. - UPDATE: Movita Johnson-Harrell was elected to … Continue reading →
Muslims elected to the U.S. Government in 2019:
Fadwa Hammoud was appointed Solicitor General of Michigan by Michigan's Attorney General Dana Nessel, in Jan. 2019.
Hammoud is the first Arab muslim person to hold this seat.
Hammoud was sworn into office on the … Continue reading →
Zainab Baloch, a 28-year-old muslim of Pakistani descent, has been defeated in the Mayoral election in Raleigh, North Carolina. Baloch lost in the general election on October 8, 2019.
In a post on Facebook Baloch wrote:
This isn't a sprint, it's a marathon. We lost, but we've built a … Continue reading →
Badrun Nahar Khan is a Democratic candidate running for Congress in New York, District 14.
Khan, a Bangladeshi muslim woman who grew up in Manhattan, is challenging Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for her seat in Congress in the 2020 election.
During a recent speech, Khan told her supporters … Continue reading →
Tulsi Gabbard is considering boycotting the next Democratic debate, after accusing the DNC and the media of rigging the elections. Gabbard called out the DNC for rigging the 2016 Presidential election against Bernie Sanders and Gabbard claims the DNC is at it again, with rigging the 2020 … Continue reading →
Three years after the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton still can't accept that she lost to Donald Trump. She has spent the last three years crying and blaming everyone else for her loss. And now, Hillary is threatening to run again in 2020.
A couple of days ago, President Trump took to … Continue reading →