Muslims Elected In 2020
Nabil Shike was elected to the Fort Bend County Constable to represent Precinct 4 in Texas on November 3, 2020.
North Carolina Rep. says It’s un-Islamic for Muslims not to get involved in politics
Former Black Panthers Lieutenant re-elected in Iowa
Muslim Woman Elected in Delaware
Iman Jodeh Makes History Becoming First Muslim Lawmaker In Colorado
3 muslims re-elected to Congress
Andre Carson wins re-election in Indiana
Rashida Tlaib wins re-election in Michigan
Ilhan Omar wins re-election in Minnesota
Hodan Hassan wins re-election in Minnesota
Mauree Turner, a self-descried “black, queer, muslim” woman made history in Oklahoma by becoming the states first muslim lawmaker.
Muslim Incumbent Advances To General Election, Runs Unopposed
Massachusetts Muslim Woman Sworn Into Office While Wearing Hijab
Pakistani Immigrant Elected In Wisconsin
Noor Fawzy is a Democratic candidate for Coral Springs City Commission, Seat 3.
Muslim Woman Elected In North Carolina
First Turkish U.S. Police Chief Sworn In On Quran
Hodan Hassan Kicks Off Re-election Campaign
MN State Rep. Lashes Out At Republican Congressman Over Joke About Muslims