I-Pac Launches Effort To Mobilize Muslim Voters in GA Senate Runoffs
I-PAC, the Only Muslim PAC in Georgia, Initiates Campaign to Elect Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff
ATLANTA, GA — Today, I-PAC, an organization committed to strengthening representation for Muslim Americans through political engagement, formally kicked off its effort to mobilize Muslim voters in Georgia for the January Senate runoff elections.
A native daughter of Gwinnett County, Georgia, Nabilah has spent her entire career fighting for change in Georgia and across the south. Nabilah worked for Jason Carter’s Gubernatorial Campaign in 2014, served as Hillary Clinton’s Dep. Southern States Finance Director in 2016, The Democratic National Committee’s Southern States Finance Director in 2018, and most recently ran a historic campaign for Congress in Georgia’s 7th district.
Nabilah is committed to building electoral power that is reflective of our country’s rich diversity and values and now serves as a Senior Political Strategist to several local and national organizations.
In launching their Georgia Senate campaign, I-PAC President Islam stated:
“The stakes could not be higher. We have an opportunity to replace both David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler who have unabashedly and enthusiastically embraced Donald Trump’s Islamaphobic and xenophobic rhetoric.
Georgia’s diverse Muslim community is an emerging political force that mobilized in the face of unprecedented obstacles to help flip the state blue for Joe Biden. I-PAC will see to it that the Muslim vote, comprised of more than 60,000 Georgia voters, is a mandate and that our voices are heard. Georgians deserve representation that sees everyone equally and representation that will uplift and empower our communities.”