Below is a list of organizations that focus on helping Muslims get elected to the United States Government.
Emgage Action is a political organization that “seeks to mobilize its members to advocate for issues that define who American Muslims are by what they stand for.” On Emgage Action’s website, it states: “Our goal is to increase the number of Muslim Americans serving in government at all levels.”
Jetpac is another organization that seeks to to have Muslims at all levels of the Government. On their website it states, “Jetpac seeks to build a strong American Muslim political infrastructure and increase our community’s influence and engagement. We will take our place at the table across all levels of government.”
The Muslim Democratic Club of New York (MDCNY) “seeks to support Democratic candidates and increase the number of registered and active American Muslim Democratic voters in NYC.” Linda Sarsour is the co-founder of MDCNY.
IL Muslim Civic Coalition states on their FB page, “Our goal is to Collaborate and Amplify the efforts of serving our cities, state, and nation.”
The Pluralism Project “By training Muslim candidates in the skills they need to run for and win political office, we intend to empower Muslims to take back control of their narrative in the American experience”
United States Council of Muslim Organizations “The USCMO, a political party for Muslims and the first religion-based political party in U.S. history, formalized its commitment to Muslim candidates at its founding in 2014.”
KC Muslim Civic Initiative is a political organization aimed at getting muslims elected in Kansas City, Missouri.
I-PAC Georgia : Independent Political Action Committee is an organization that seeks to get muslims, and those who represent the interests of muslims, elected in Georgia.
Utah Muslim Civic League is an organization that seeks to get muslim candidates on the ballot.
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