Fayrouz Saad for Congress
Fayrouz Saad was born and raised in Michigan and has spent her career fighting for working families who want a shot at the American Dream.
Fayrouz is a an economic development advocate, a community organizer, and a public servant who worked as a Presidential Appointee in the Obama administration before serving as Detroit's first Director of Immigrant Affairs under Mayor Mike Duggan.
Fayrouz is a true Progressive, running for Congress because too many Americans are working hard for too little. It’s time for an America that works for all of us.
Fayrouz' campaign has been featured in:
- the New Yorker ("[she] exemplifies the wave of female first-time candidates galvaninzed by Trump")
- ABC News ("Meet Fayrouz Saad, who could become the first Muslim American women elected to Congress"),
- CNN ("How Trump's travel ban motivated some Muslim Americans to run for office")
- The Guardian ("America's Heroes of 2017: the people who inspired us")
- In These Times magazine (as part of the "Democratic spring... taking on the party establishment")