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List Of Muslims Elected In 2019

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List Of Muslims Elected In 2019

Fadwa Hammoud was appointed Solicitor General of Michigan by Michigan’s Attorney General Dana Nessel, in Jan. 2019.

Deedra Abboud was elected to the Arizona Democratic Party Vice Chair on Jan. 26th 2019. 

Sadaf Jaffer was elected Mayor of Montgomery Township, New Jersey, in Jan. 2019. She is the first female muslim Mayor in the U.S.

Movita Johnson-Harrell was elected to Pennsylvania State House, District 190, on March 12th 2019. * Johnson-Harrell resigned in Dec. 2019 after being arrested for stealing $500,000 from a charity she founded.

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.

Syed Abbas was elected as a District 12 member of the Madison Common Council in Wisconsin in April 2019.

Minza Karim was elected as a member of the Middleton-Cross Plains Board of Education in Wisconsin in April 2019.

Akram Khan was elected as a Mequon school board member on April 2, 2019.

Omar Sabir was elected to Philadelphia City Commissioner in Pennsylvania.

Naushad Kermally was elected to Sugar Land City Council, District 2, on June 8th 2019.

Zulfat Suara, a muslim Nigerian immigrant, was elected to the Nashville Metro Council on Aug. 1st 2019.

Omar Tarazi, a Republican muslim attorney, was elected to Hilliard City Council in Ohio in Nov. 2019. Tarazi was first appointed in March 2019 to fill a vacancy on Hilliard City Council.

Nadia Mohamad was elected to the city council in St. Louis Park, Minnesota on Nov. 5th 2019.

N.J. Akbar was elected to the Akron Board of Education, becoming the first LGBTQ muslim ever elected in Ohio.

Ghazala Hashmi was elected to Virginia State Senate, District 10 on Nov. 5th 2019.

Safiya Khalid, a Somali refugee, was elected to the City Council in Lewiston Maine.

Pious Ali was reelected to Portland City Council in Maine on Nov. 5th 2019.

Fazlul Kabir was reelected to College Park City Council in Maryland.

Mehreen Butt was reelected to Wakefield Town Council in Massachusetts.

Afroz Khan was reelected to Newburyport City Council in Massachusetts.

Sumbul Siddiqui was reelected to Cambridge City Council in Massachusetts.

Abdisalam Adam was elected to Fridley School Board in Minnesota (appointed in 2018 to fill a vacant seat but elected by the public for the first time Nov. 5th 2019)

Jamillah Beasley was reelected to the Irvington Municipal Council in New Jersey.

Mustafa Al-Mutazzim Brent was reelected to the East Orange City Council in New Jersey.

Denise Sanders was reelected to the Teaneck Board of Education in New Jersey.

Raghib Muhammad was elected to the Montgomery Township Board of Education in New Jersey.


Adnan Zakaria was reelected to the Prospect Park City Council in New Jersey.

Esllam Zakaria was reelected to the Prospect Park Board of Education in New Jersey.

Buta Biberaj was elected as Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney in Virginia.

Babur Lateef was reelected to the Prince William County School Board in Virginia.

Harris Mahedavi was elected to the Loudon County School Board in Virginia.

Abrar Omeish was elected to the Fairfax County School Board in Virginia.

Sam Rasoul was reelected to the House of Delegates District 11 in Virginia.

Ibraheem Samirah was reelected to the House of Delegates District 86 in Virginia.

Lisa Zargarpur was elected to the Prince William County School Board in Virginia.

Turan Kayaoglu was elected to the Puyallup School Board in Washington.

Zahra Roach was elected to the Pasco City Council in Washington.

Dave Abdallah – City Council Dearborn Heights, MI

Ray Muscat – City Council Dearborn Heights, MI

Nusrat Rashid – Delaware County Court of Common Pleas Judge Pennsylvania

Sheikh Siddique – Upper Darby Township Council in Pennsylvania

Rochelle Bilal – Philadelphia City Sheriff Pennsylvania

Curtis Jones – Philadelphia City Council Pennsylvania

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  1. Just a precursor of things to come. Stay loaded and keep your powder dry….!

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