We are a community of 721,960 American Muslim progressives working across the country to build a more equitable democracy for all Americans.
With our vast network of affiliates, members, and chapters, we are developing a powerful constituency of American Muslims from all walks of life to organize and mobilize at a local, state, and national level, including engaging Muslim Democrats Abroad.
Recognized as the Caucus building a voice for progressive Muslim Democrats within and outside of the Democratic party, the Muslim Caucus dedicates its time towards Increasing Membership, Building Chapters, and Training that supports a national organizing infrastructure for the racially and ethnically diverse American Muslim constituency. The Muslim Caucus maintains a presence in 15 states and territories, including the District of Columbia, and Muslim Democrats abroad.
Become a member of the Muslim Caucus of America today and get the resources you need to help you develop your capacity, expand your resources, and strengthen your leadership for greater impact.
The Muslim Caucus of America's leadership engages in three main levels, reflective of the structure of the government of the United States: local, state, and national.
The Local Level: Local Muslim Caucus groups/chapters within specific counties make up the pulse of the entire organization. Members on the local level–from the bustling streets of Minnesota to the quiet towns of rural Iowa.
State Organizations: Individual chapters fall under their respective state organizations, who connect them with the national organization. State chapters, usually comprising a state chair and a state committee/board, help organize statewide conferences, connect members to state candidates, and plan major phone banks and get-out-the-vote campaigns.
The National Organization: The national leadership of the Muslim Caucus comprises three prime bodies: The National Executive Board, the National Committee, the National Staff.
Muslim Democrats Abroad: Is the official Muslim Caucus arm for thousands of Muslim Americans living outside the United States. We strive to provide Muslim Democrats abroad a voice in our government and elect Democratic candidates by mobilizing the overseas vote. Democrats Abroad recognized as a "state" party by the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and is represented on the DNC by eight voting members, and at the quadrennial Democratic National Convention.
The online voter registration tool - votefromabroad.org - makes it easy to request a ballot and vote absentee from any place on the planet.