Hodan Hassan won the Democratic Primary Election for Minnesota House of Representatives in District 62A. Hassan defeated Osman Ahmed, Omar Fateh, Margarita Ortega, and Jen Kader.
Hassan is a muslim woman who was born in Somalia. She is against the travel ban and calls President Trump a racist.
Hassan calls guns a public health issue.
Hassan is one of many muslims running in the U.S. Elections.
Hassan will face (R) Bruce Lundeen in the General Election, on Nov. 6th 2018.
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8 thoughts on “Somali Muslim Woman Wins Democratic Primary Election for Minnesota House of Representatives, District 62A”
California, New York, and now Minnesota, WTF. Wake up America, we have towns that look like London already. These sick Sharia Loving bastard’s keep produing kids to place on our welfare system, taking from America’s poor people.
This woman is in the wrong country she needs to go back. It is illegal for her to be running in this country. It just seems alot of people who voted for her are either dumb or don’t belong here.