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26 Muslims Elected In Nov. Elections

26 muslims elected

According to CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations), Jetpac and MPower Change, 26 muslims were elected in the November 5th 2019 elections.

See list of muslims elected on Nov. 5th below:

Maine

Pious Ali – Portland City Council (reelection)
Safiya Khalid – Lewiston City Council

Maryland

Fazlul Kabir – College Park City Council (reelection)

Massachusetts

Mehreen Butt – Wakefield Town Council (reelection)
Afroz Khan – Newburyport City Council (reelection)
Sumbul Siddiqui – Cambridge City Council (reelection)

Minnesota

Nadia Mohamed – St. Louis Park City Council
Abdisalam Adam – Fridley School Board (appointed in 2018 to fill a vacant seat but elected by the public for the first time Nov. 5th 2019)

New Jersey

Jamillah Beasley – Irvington Municipal Council (reelection)
Mustafa Al-Mutazzim Brent – East Orange City Council (reelection)
Denise Sanders – Teaneck Board of Education (reelection)
Raghib Muhammad – Montgomery Township Board of Education
Adnan Zakaria – Prospect Park City Council (reelection)
Esllam Zakaria – Prospect Park Board of Education (reelection)

Ohio

Omar Tarazi – Hilliard City Council

Pennsylvania

Omar Sabir – Philadelphia City Commission

Virginia

Buta Biberaj – Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney
Ghazala Hashmi – Senate District 10
Babur Lateef – Prince William County School Board (reelection)
Harris Mahedavi – Loudon County School Board
Abrar Omeish – Fairfax County School Board
Sam Rasoul – House of Delegates District 11 (reelection)
Ibraheem Samirah – House of Delegates District 86 (reelection)
Lisa Zargarpur – Prince William County School Board

Washington

Turan Kayaoglu – Puyallup School Board
Zahra Roach – Pasco City Council

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