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Two Muslim Candidates Head to Runoff Election in Texas

Two Muslims Head to Runoff Election in Texas

Naushad Kermally and Nabila Mansoor will move forward to the runoff election for Sugar Land City Council District 2, after receiving the most votes in the May 4th election.

Naushad Kermally received 1,634 votes, or 39.16%, and Nabila Mansoor received 1,428 votes, or 34.22%.

According to reports, Mansoor is a Muslim who was born in Canada and parents came from Pakistan.

Kermally, also a Muslim, was born in Kampala, Uganda and his parents are from India.

Mansoor and Naushad Kermally will face one another in the runoff election on June 8th 2019.

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Comments (6)

  1. They are not born here they should not be allowed to run for office who are the idiots voting them in do u need a picture to show u what their plan is for u! Wake up Texas!

  2. […] for Sugar Land City Council, District 2 in Texas. The General Election is on May 4, 2019. UPDATE: Nabila Mansoor will face Naushad Kermally in the runoff election on June 8th 2019. UPDATE: Naushad Kermally defeated Nabila Mansoor in the runoff election. Kermally will be sworn […]

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