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Election Update: CAIR Reminds American Muslims to Go to the Polls Tomorrow on ‘Super Tuesday’

CAIR logoThe Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today reminded American Muslim voters to go to the polls tomorrow on “Super Tuesday.â€

Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, and Virginia will hold primary elections for both Republicans and Democrats. Republicans in Alaska will hold caucuses, as will Democrats in Colorado. Democrats in American Samoa are also holding a primary election.

SEE: Everything You Need to Know About Super Tuesday   

On March 5, Democrats and Republicans vote in the Kansas caucuses and Louisiana primaries. Republicans will vote in Kentucky and Maine. Democrats will vote in Nebraska. On March 6, Democrats go to the polls in Maine.

  • Alabama – Election Date: March 1
  • Georgia – Election Date: March 1
  • Massachusetts – Election Date: March 1
  • Minnesota Caucus – Election Date: March 1 – Registration Deadline: Received by February 9, or register day of election with proof of residency
  • Oklahoma – Election Date: March 1
  • Texas – Election Date: March 1
  • Virginia – Election Date: March 1
  • Kansas Caucus – Election Date: March 5
  • Michigan – Election Date: March 8
  • District of Columbia Republican Caucus – Election Date: March 12 – Registration Deadline: Postmarked February 11 or register day of election with proof of residency
  • Florida – Election Date: March 15
  • Ohio – Election Date: March 15
  • Arizona – Election Date: March 22

For information on voting in your state, GO TO: 

CAIR’s site,, contains information with insights into various presidential candidates’ views on Islam, anti-constitutional policy proposals, and connections with the U.S. Islamophobia network. To visit the “Islamophobia in the 2016 Presidential Election,†page, GO TO:  

If you believe your voting rights have been violated, please contact the Council on American-Islamic Relations at (202) 488-8787 or

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