List of Muslim members of the United States Congress
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No Muslim has ever served in the United States Senate.
House of Representatives
|Representative||Party||State||Term start||Term end||Notes|
|Democratic||Minnesota||January 3, 2007||January 3, 2019||First Muslim in Congress. Converted to Islam in 1982.|
|Democratic||Indiana||March 11, 2008||Incumbent||Converted to Islam in the 1990s.|
|Democratic||Minnesota||January 3, 2019||Incumbent||First of two Muslim women in Congress. First Muslim to succeed another Muslim. Born to a Muslim family in Somalia and immigrated to the United States in 1995.|
|Democratic||Michigan||January 3, 2019||Incumbent||First of two Muslim women in Congress. Born to a Muslim family of Palestinian immigrants.|
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