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Muslims Elected In 2019 U.S. Elections (List by State)

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Muslims Elected In 2019 U.S. Elections (List by State)

Arizona

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)

Michigan

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 yesterday)

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)
  • Sadaf Jaffer Mayor of Montgomery Township

Ohio

Pennsylvania

Tennessee

Texas

Virginia

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

Washington

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

Wisconsin

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Comments (1)

  1. What the hell is wrong with the voters in these ridings. Muslim live by one law and one law only, Sharia. They don’t respect the US Constitution and they will at every chance side with their brethren

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