The Pence-Kobach Election Commission is Voter Suppression by another name

Posted by Ryan Suto on September 14, 2017 in Blog

An afternoon Tweet, only weeks after the 2016 election, re-launched an important conversation about voting rights in the United States: “…I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally” Unfortunately, no assertion in that Tweet is supported by evidence. Nonetheless, President Donald Trump empaneled the “Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity” to investigate voter fraud in the United States based on his personal assertion that ‘illegal votes’ were cast against him. The Pence-Kobach Commission, as it is known, reinforces repeated conservative claims of rampant voter fraud that have been either completely unsubstantiated or supported by evidence that has...

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Arab Americans on the Ground in 2016: Abdullah Hammoud Proves Age is Only a Number

Posted by Joan Hanna on November 16, 2016 in Blog
WINNER! Meet Abdullah Hammoud, Michigan's 15th District State Representative
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Wrap Up: AAI's Daily Dispatches from the RNC & DNC Conventions

Posted by Arab American Institute on November 09, 2016 in Blog

AAI's Yalla Vote campaign provided extensive coverage live from the Republican and Democratic Conventions. Use the links below to read our analysis and meet many of the Arab Americans who participated in the convention events we hosted!  DNC Daily Dispatch Archives: DNC Day 4 DNC Day 3 DNC Day 2 DNC Day 1 RNC Daily Dispatch Archives:

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Wrap Up: Arab Americans on the Ground in 2016

Posted by Arab American Institute on November 09, 2016 in Blog

In 2016, Arab Americans were more engaged than ever in American electoral politics. Below are some of the original features AAI wrote to highlight the work of individual activists, candidates, organizations, and voters who made a difference this election year.  Patterson, New Jersey Councilman Andre Sayegh Cambridge City Councilman Nadeem Mazen Iowa precinct captain Newman Abuissa Michigan candidate for the 15th District, Abdullah Hammoud The Middle Eastern Student Center at the University of California, Riverside Swing state Pennsylvania’s millennial Arab American voters...

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Election Results - 2016 Arab American Candidates

Posted by Joan Hanna on November 09, 2016 in Blog

From local school boards, to the United States House of Representatives, Arab Americans are serving their communities and our country in innumerable capacities. Head over to our Roster of Arab Americans in Public Service and Political Life for a list of those currently in office. In 2016, there were 38 Arab American candidates who ran for elected offices across the United State. Below are the general election results which saw 14 Arab American candidates secure office. For a full listing of all 2016 Arab American candidates (primaries...

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Find Your Polling Place/Ballot Information

Posted by Arab American Institute on November 04, 2016 in Blog

This Google widget allows users to type in their address and find their early vote location, polling place location, the hours of operation, and who is on their ballot.

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Countdown Vol. 15 No. 8: This is Literally the Final Countdown

Posted on November 03, 2016 in Countdown
This week on the FINAL Countdown: the election's home stretch, police reform, and standing with Standing Rock
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AAI Launches #YallaVote Hotline for Election

Posted by Arab American Institute on October 24, 2016 in Blog
We at the Arab American Institute are doing our part to ensure that Arab Americans are registered, organized, informed and ready to cast their ballots on November 8th (or before in states with Early Voting). The 2016 Election being the first Presidential Election in 50 years without the full protections of the Voting Rights Act, many states have changed their voting requirements - in some cases suppressing and disenfranchising voters. To make sure our community’s voice is heard, AAI is launching a #YallaVote Hotline, 1-844-418-1682, to respond to community questions and concerns.
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#YallaVote Watch Parties Take on Presidential Debates

Posted by Guest on October 20, 2016 in Blog

By Mahamad Omar

Mahamad Omar is a Fall 2016 Intern with the Arab American Institute.

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Arab Americans on the Ground in 2016: Tony Khoury Provides an Independent Voice for Florida

Posted by Joan Hanna on October 17, 2016 in Blog

  Arab American businessman Tony Khoury does not fit into a traditional box. Khoury is progressive on the environment, tax reform, and women’s reproductive and LGBTQ rights. At the same time, he holds conservative values when it comes to military strength and foreign policy. Khoury is running for U.S. Senate as an Independent in Florida against Republican incumbent, Marco Rubio, and Democratic challenger, Patrick Murphy, as well as four other third party candidates. After living in Florida for more than three decades, he is proud to represent...

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