Abdullah Hammoud Joins Race For Dearborn Mayor

Abdullah Hammoud is one of seven candidates seeking to be Dearborn’s next Mayor.

Hammoud, the son of Lebanese immigrants, is currently a member of the Michigan House of Representatives, representing District 15. He assumed office in 2017. Hammoud (Democratic Party) ran for re-election to the Michigan House of Representatives and won in the general election on November 3, 2020. He was sworn into office on the quran.

Hammoud announced his candidacy for Dearborn Mayor on Facebook:

Today, I’m proud to announce my candidacy to be Dearborn’s next Mayor!

Our hometown needs leadership where people and community will come first.

With your support, we will lead with the same tenacity as we have over the past 4 years as Dearborn’s State Representative. With the same heart and commitment, and with the community’s best interest guiding each and every decision.

Together, as we’ve done many times before, we will stand side-by-side, roll up our sleeves, and put in the work to make a difference.

Dearborn is home. And you’ve all shown me that when you fight for home, you never quit.

Hammoud is endorsed by Linda Sarsour, Abdul El-Sayed and Emgage Action.

The election is on August 3rd 2021.

One thought on “Abdullah Hammoud Joins Race For Dearborn Mayor

  1. The very fact he is sworn into office on the Quran tells you everything. The Muslims use secular laws to Trojan Horse Sharia laws. Political Islam is quite clear about there being only Islamic rules.
    Secularism will be its own downfall if it allows Muslims to operate in the West on their terms. Their demography alone is now dominating with Muslims having 4 kids for every 2.5 kids of none Muslims.


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