This November's election promises to have the most participation ever, and local Muslims are doing their part to get voters registered.
In Clifton this Friday, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) was handing out information to encourage people to register.
"I think it is an election year when the Muslim community really is beginning to understand the importance of making their voices heard as American citizens," said Karen Dabdoub, CAIR director.
The Muslim voter registration drive will run after Friday prayer services at each Cincinnati area mosque through the end of September.
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