Muslims Elected To The U.S. Government In 2019
Deedra Abboud was elected to the Arizona Democratic Party Vice Chair on Jan. 26th 2019.
Abboud is a muslim convert who has worked for the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) & the Muslim American Society (MAS).
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.
Samba Baldeh was re-elected as alderman in district 17 for the Madison City Council, in Wisconsin, in April 2019. Baldeh was first elected in 2015.
Baldeh is a muslim immigrant from Gambia.
Syed Abbas was elected as a District 12 member of the Madison Common Council in Wisconsin, in April 2019.
Abbas a muslim immigrant from Pakistan.
Omar Sabir was elected to Philadelphia City Commissioner in Pennsylvania on May 21, 2019.
Sabir is a muslim man who was endorsed by Emgage Action, an organization with the goal of increasing the number of Muslim Americans serving in government at all levels.
Kermally is a muslim man who was born in Kampala, Uganda and his parents were born in India.
Suara is chair of the American Muslim Advisory Council (AMAC).
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