Omar Kadir

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Omar Kadir


Omar Kadir is an Austin Texas activist. Business Process Analyst at Hanger, Inc. Austin, Texas.

Candidate

In 2018 Democratic Socialists of America member Omar Kadir — ran for Williamson County Treasurer.[1]

Previous career

Hanger, Inc., CIT Bank, Apple.

Education

Columbia College

Austin DSA national conference delegate

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Omar Kadin was chosen as an Austin Democratic Socialists of America delegate to the Democratic Socialists of America National convention in Chicago, August 3-6, 2017.

Endorsing Fetonte

Austin Democratic Socialists of America members who endorsed Danny Fetonte when he ran for DSA NPC in 2017 included Liz Garcia, Chau Ngo, Jim Tourtelott, Bobbie Tsukahara, Nikki Reese, Julie Ann Nitsch, Taylor Jones, Seth Hutchinson, Jacob Aronowitz, James Cole, Gil Starkey, Barbara Fetonte, Mickey Fetonte, Bob Gibbons, Ron Nelson, Ahmed Abdel-Meguid, Yolanda Delgado, Priscilla Echegaray, Sophia Donnelly, Roy Woody, Susanna Woody, Liliana Mendoza, Chris Wang, Colin Gray, Omar Kadir, Molly Middleton, Derek Brozowski, Guilherme Nettesheim, Steve Voytowich, Chance Walker, Mike Gross, Rachel Castignoli, Bob Gibbons, Cynthia Mancha – Austin.[2]

Left Up To US Closed Facebook group

Members of the Left Up To US closed Facebook group, as of March 27 2018 included Omar Kadir,[3]

Willco comrades

Mike Siegel for Congress - TX-10 July 8 2018:

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One of the most exciting parts of running for office as a Texas Democrat is working with other dynamic candidates up and down the ballot this year. Today I was honored to support Omar Kadir's Campaign Bake-Off in Williamson County, benefitting Omar's campaign for county treasurer, along with John Bucy III for State Representative, Hilda Montgomery, Round Rock City Council, Kim Collins Gilby, Blane Blane Conklin, and many more Wilco leaders and activists.

Williamson County is just north of the Texas 10th (it was part of the District in previous gerrymanders), but even though these folks are not my voters, we are all in this together. Every new voter we turn out in Cedar Park, Round Rock, and Taylor is another voter for our state and federal candidates, for Beto and Kim Olson and Justin Nelson and Lupe.

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