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Three Somali Refugees Run For Minnesota House Of Representatives, District 60A

Three Somali Refugees Run For Minnesota House Of Representatives, District 60A

Three former Somali refugees are running in the special election for Minnesota House of Representatives, District 60A. The seat became vacant on November 16, 2019, after Diane Loeffler (D) died.

The Democratic primary election will be held on January 21, 2020, with three of the eleven candidates being former Somali refugees.

Amal Ibrahim came to the United States as a refugee from Somalia in 1999.

Mohamed Issa Barre came to the United States from Somalia in 1995.

Saciido Shaie came to the United States as a refugee from Somalia in 1992.

The general special election will take place February 4, 2020.

According to Ballotpedia, there are no Republican candidates running for this seat.

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Comments (2)

  1. […] Ibrahim is a Democratic candidate Minnesota House of Representatives, District 60A. The Democratic primary election will be held on January 21, […]

  2. the people of Minnesota better wake up and go to the poles. DO NOT let any more Muslims get into office. We will be Sorry. Just look how the 4 women that are in act. they laugh at our service men getting killed. They are so wrong for the USA.
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