First Muslim Woman Elected to Pennsylvania State House

First Muslim Woman Elected to Pennsylvania State House

Movita Johnson-Harrell has been elected to Pennsylvania State House District 190.

According to reports, “At 9:20 p.m., with 58 of 80 precincts reporting, Johnson-Harrell had garnered 66 percent of the vote, with her nearest challenger at 21 percent.”

Johnson-Harrell is the first muslim woman elected as State Representative in Pennsylvania.

Johnson-Harrell is the Founder of The CHARLES Foundation, which advocates for more gun laws.

Johnson-Harrell posted a video to Facebook, celebrating her victory. See video below:

 

 

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Author: Deplorable Kel

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5 thoughts on “First Muslim Woman Elected to Pennsylvania State House

  1. Not all Pennsylvania is Democrat . Trump won Pennsylvania last election.. so they can dream..They want to talk about gun control? What about all the Americans killed by terrorists, Drug cartels, sex traffickers, and illegals every year??? BUILD THE WALL!

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