Syed Taj

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Syed Taj is a Michigan activist.

ARA endorsement

Alliance for Retired Americans endorsed Syed Taj in 2012.[1]

CAIR connection


Faisal Qazi, center, on a panel at a CAIR-PAC function fall 2012, with Michigan Congressional candidate Syed Taj and Rep. Loretta Sanchez (at left) and CAIR Los Angeles Executive Director Hussam Ayloush and Congressional candidate Jay Chen (at right.)

PDA support

PDA's National Communications Coordinator Mike Hersh traveled to Detroit, MI November , 2012, to mobilize volunteers to help elect Dr. Syed Taj--a medical doctor running to defeat "9/11 Truther" Kerry Bentivolio--in Michigan's 11th congressional district.

Jim Hightower said, "PDA and I have been boot-stomping for weeks, starting with PDA's 'Progressive Central' in Charlotte during the DNC, and even riding down to Orlando, last week, where we stood with our best Florida agitator, Alan Grayson who is now a good bet to win a congressional seat there. And PDA has been in Michigan and Illinois to make house calls on behalf of Dr. Syed Taj and Dr. David Gill, two more great progressive champions who can win."[2]

Launch of Greater Detroit PDA Chapter

Sat, Oct 20, 2012 Colors Restaurant 311 E. Grand River, Detroit Rep. John Conyers (MI-14) and candidate for Congress for the 11th Congressional District Dr. Syed Taj addressed the launch of the new Greater Detroit area chapter of Progressive Democrats of America. David Green (DSA) and Tim Carpenter (National Director for PDA) also spoke.

This event is a chance to meet the greater progressive community of Detroit and make plans to elect Dr Syed Taj.[3]

PDA phonebankers

From November 1, 2012, through Election Day, Progressive Democrats of America's Phone Bank director Mike Fox organized volunteers across the USA making GOTV calls for progressive candidates including Dr. Ami Bera--a Medicare for All medical doctor running against 4-term incumbent Dan Lungren in California's 7th District and Alan Grayson--former Congressman running in Florida's 9th District, as well as Dr. David Gill, and Dr. Syed Taj.[4]