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Thank you to the citizens of Senate District 38 for placing your trust in me to represent you in Raleigh. I am grateful to you and all of our supporters for making this possible.

Our committees will allow us to take our voices from the classroom and courtroom to the halls of the North Carolina General Assembly.

We have a lot of information that we will be sharing with the district and community at large.

Please remain engaged in the process and I look forward to making you proud.

Thank you,

Sen. Mujtaba A. Mohammed

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#BreakingNews: Gov. Cooper vetoes HB370. This anti-immigration bill would have diverted local resources by forcing sheriffs to do the job of federal agents and further harmed public safety in our communities by creating distrust of local law enforcement. A number of nonprofits and businesses called for the veto too.

We must work to strengthen our communities by defeating this reckless majority in #Election2020.

Here are my remarks on this dangerous and partisan bill from a few weeks ago on the Senate floor.
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As your @CharMeckSchools Superintendent, I want to welcome back all of our amazing students and staff as we get ready for an exciting new school year! We’re looking forward to seeing you bright and early Monday morning. Enjoy your weekend!!!

Thanks for letting me be a part of the conversation @LorettaBoniti #ncpol #ncga https://t.co/O8eNL8szUo

Let this sink in: Today is #BlackWomensEqualPay Day because August 22nd marks the approximate day a black woman has to work into this year to make what a white male made at the end of last year. That’s over 200 days. #ncpol https://t.co/kPhq8h77V6

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