First Muslim Woman Elected to Pennsylvania State House

First Muslim Woman Elected to Pennsylvania State House

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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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