Founded in 1989, the Arab American Leadership Council is a network and resource for Arab American elected and appointed officials -- all of whom are deeply involved in American political life. It is also a network for Arab Americans who want to learn more about their parties and become more involved in the political process as it is home to the Arab American Democratic and Republican Caucuses.
Follow the links below to find profiles of Arab Americans in and seeking office and get updates about the political work Arab Americans are doing across the country. You can also view or print the Roster of Arab Americans in Public Service and Political Life, the only publication identifying Arab Americans in elected or appointed office and serving as political professionals.
Remember, these are living pages -- we're adding new names and offices every day, as our community's political force grows. If you are, or know of, an Arab American who should be part of the ALC, please contact us. In this case, more is more.
Arab American Candidates
AAI tracks Arab Americans running for any elected office, whether U.S. Congress or local school boards. If you know of an Arab American candidate who should be listed, or if you're running for office, let us know.
- 2018 Candidates
- 2017 Candidates
- 2016 Election Results
- 2015 Election Results
- 2014 Election Results
- 2012 Election Results
- 2011 Election Results
- 2010 Election Results
Arab American Elected & Appointed Officials
The current Roster of Arab Americans in Public Service and Political Life is available online. We also have a complete listing of former Arab Americans who have been elected or appointed. Help us keep both updated by sharing news of an Arab American candidate you know of.
AAI has compiled the official platforms of the Democratic National Committee and Republican National Committee on a range of Arab American issues, dating back to 1968.