Election Day is finally here…don’t let your voice go unheard! Keep hate out of our communities and vote for the candidate(s) that will support YOU!
Pull your family, friends, and neighbors to the polls to have a say in YOUR government. To find your polling location, click here.
Whatever your political persuasion or passionate issue, now is the time to harness the power to hold our elected officials accountable!
Together, we can ensure that “Muslim” is not a dirty word in the next election with those that seek to represent our communities. Register and re-register today!
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Come hear from those who have been directly affected by the FBI raids on activists in Chicago, as well as from the Chicago civil liberties and activism communities, which have been mobilizing to bring to light the realities of grand jury proceedings and the right to freedom of speech.
The revolution began just one year ago with a simple idea: our communities are more than capable of seizing the civic rights and responsibilities that come with being engaged citizens of our local communities. We have the political capital, we have the know-how…all that was needed now was an organization to funnel this talent and energy into more targeted political action.
Two of the seven candidates supported by the non-profit Project Mobilize won their races in municipal elections April 5. Project M views the election as an important first step to get the Muslim American community more involved in local politics.
Election Day is finally here…don’t let your voice go unheard! People around the world are dying for the right to express themselves politically. Don’t let your vote go to waste!
Pull your family, friends, and neighbors to the polls to make sure you are part of decision-making at the local level.
When it started last year, the non-profit group Project Mobilize, or Project M, hoped to change the political landscape in suburban Chicago by promoting Muslim Americans as election candidates. So far, there are no Muslim Americans serving as elected officials in the Chicago area. But Project M hopes that will change in municipal elections April 5.
Project M Director Reema Ahmad will discuss the importance of elections this upcoming Tuesday, April 5th. Listen live TODAY at noon on 750AM in Chicago.
Join Project M’s seven Muslim American candidates as we kick off the GOTV efforts for Election Day April 5th!