Muslim Woman Wins Democratic Primary Election For Virginia State Senate

Muslim Woman Wins Democratic Primary Election For Virginia State Senate

Muslim Woman Wins Democratic Primary Election For Virginia State Senate

Ghazala Hashmi, a muslim woman from Pakistan, has won the Democratic Primary Election for Virginia State Senate, District 10.

According to the Virginia Department of Elections website, Hashmi received 5,245 / 49.40% votes, while her Democratic opponent, Eileen M. Bedell received 4,344 / 40.92% and her other Democratic opponent, Zachary P. Brown received 1,028 9.68% votes.

Hashmi will face Republican incumbent Glen Sturtevant in the General Election on November 5th 2019.

Read more about Hashmi here

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Author: Deplorable Kel

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2 thoughts on “Muslim Woman Wins Democratic Primary Election For Virginia State Senate

  1. The muslin said they were going to rule America and Americans, I guess, are voting for them! I thought it was illegal for aliens to run in ! God help America and give Americans a backbone so their grandchildren can have a good life!!

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