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Albanian-American Ohio Senate candidate Besa Sharrah

By nr39r Mar12,2024
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The elections for the Senate in the state of Ohio, which are scheduled to take place on November 5th, will be the first time that an Albanian-American woman will be running for office.

The candidate for the Republican Party, Besa Sharrah, is vying for a seat in the state legislature of the state in which she arrived as an immigrant in 2005. She is running for this position in the state where she was born.

During an interview with the Voice of America, she stated that her family, which was persecuted from communism, instilled in her the ambition to fight for the protection of democracy. This is the reason why she became politically active at a very young age. She has been engaged in the structures of the Republican Party for eleven years, until she received the support of the party to run for the Senate.

During the interaction that she had with the journalist Klementina Cenkollari, she not only revealed her objectives for this campaign, but she also discussed the factors that led her to become active in movements that are associated with the Albanian diaspora. One of these movements was the effort to ensure that immigrants had the right to vote.

Approximately twenty years ago, Besa Sharrah embarked on her voyage in the continental United States.

It was when I was 17 years old that I first came here to study. As a student of mechanical engineering, I arrived to Wright State University, which is located in Ohio. After completing my education and becoming an engineer, I began my professional life and worked in the field for seven years. Eventually, I was promoted to a leadership role in which I was responsible for overseeing a group of engineers. According to her, “I also had a career in the information technology department of banks; I worked for two different companies: JP Morgan and Nationwide Insurance.”

At the same time that she was growing up with the desire to take action in favor of democracy, she claims that the desire to become active in politics is not at all a coincidence whatsoever. This can be traced back to the hardships that families in Albania endured before to the foundation of the democratic system governing the country.

My family has been subjected to a great deal of persecution in Albania. It is the Sharrah family that I hail from. Every member of our family was a staunch advocate for democratic principles. As a result of our support for individual rights, which was something that was in opposition to the dictatorial system, seven members of my family were put to death. All of them had received their education outside of Albania, and they had a democratic vision for the country. They were executed in order to bring the western perspective to Albania as well because of this. it is she.

She claims that she initially participated in political activities at the local level, in the city of Colombo, which is where she lived. However, she has stated that she always aspired to be a part of other campaigns that took place in a wider area, throughout the state of Ohio. She has been a member of the structures of the Republican Party for eleven years, and because of this, she will be running for the Ohio Senate on behalf of the Republican Party.

“I am the first Albanian woman to ever reside in Ohio, and I have the hope that I will one day be a member of the Ohio legislature, here in the United States of America. Due to the fact that I am an immigrant and what we refer to as a young American, the president of the Ohio Senate believed that I would be an excellent candidate for this segment of the voters. In addition, I am a young American according to our definition.

In response to the question of whether or not it is simpler or more challenging to run for office as an immigrant, she states, “We are in a very unique moment.” To give you an example, if you asked me ten years ago, I would have said that being an immigrant and a member of the Republican Party was not something that was considered typical. They went so far as to ask you what job you had there since they have a negative attitude against immigration, along with a number of other things. And to tell you the truth, I felt a lot of disappointment. The desire of the republicans, in particular, to have immigrants in their ranks who are not only educated but also have the experience that we have of other distinct systems, such as the Albanian system, which was a dictatorship, is something that we have.

As far as she is concerned, this has been an extremely helpful method for those who are in a position to comprehend the fact that they require candidates who remind them of the reasons why the United States of America is the land of dreams and why it is the land that many immigrants have been promised.

This has had an effect on me as a candidate because I come from a country that is ruled by a dictatorship and my family has been subjected to a great deal of persecution by the government. “I have a different perspective to tell people that dictatorship and democracy are not so far from each other, so they should protect our rights with whatever we have and remain vigilant on our democracy,” she urges. “I have a different perspective!”

Ms. Sharrah is of the opinion that the choice of the party to run for her is also connected to the fact that she comes from a private sector background. It is her contention that the voter in Ohio’s 16th district, where she intends to secure votes, is confronted with the same difficulties that many Americans are confronted with on a national level now, such as rising inflation and education.

Since I’ve been living here, we have experienced inflation that has never been seen before. We have also witnessed an increase in the cost of housing, which has made it even more challenging for the average citizen to have a clear and peaceful economy for the way he will live in the future for himself. In addition, I continue to see education and schools as a significant component of my work.

While maintaining her political involvement in the United States, Ms. Sharrah has also been interested in issues that impact the Albanian diaspora, such as the ability of immigrants to vote. She has been politically active in the United States.

A nation’s constitution must be carried out in its entirety in order to be considered valid. A right that is guaranteed by the Constitution is the right of the diaspora to exercise their right to vote. In addition, we do not have the right to do this at this time. Considering that I am an Albanian-American, it is my hope that these relations with Albania will continue, particularly in light of the current precarious circumstances for the Albanian democratic system. I believe that the Albanian state is in complete contradiction with the Albanian Constitution as long as the vote of the diaspora is not implemented, and for this reason, I support the vote of the diaspora, she emphasizes. For this reason, I favor the vote of the diaspora.

She answered that it would be a dream come true if she were to win this election when she was asked what she would say about it.

One could say that it would be the culmination of a very, very long dream. It is a dream, and it is a dream that I feel, and I think about this particular aspect of the dream on a daily basis.

Not only will a citizen who was born in another country but who came to this country will have the opportunity to observe the drafting of laws in her country from the sidelines, but she will also have the opportunity to participate in the drafting of laws, bringing a different perspective and a different narrative. This is the first and most important aspect of the situation. In addition to this, this is connected to the fact that we are currently living in a really special time in the state of america. The United States of America is a state formed by immigrants. “I believe that it is only fair to have people who, like me, love this country, want to see it continue on the right path, and want to preserve that American dream that we all came here for,” I believe.

The elections for the Senate in the state of Ohio, which are scheduled to take place on November 5th, will be the first time that an Albanian-American woman will be running for office. In 2005, Besa Sharrah arrived in the state where she is currently residing as an immigrant. She is currently vying for a seat in the state legislature, and she is running for that position on behalf of the Republican Party.

In an interview for the Voice of America, she says that her family, persecuted by communism, instilled in her the ambition to fight for the protection of democracy, which is why she became politically active at a very young age, while she has been engaged in republican structures for 11 years. until he received the support of the party to run for the Senate.

During the interaction that she had with the journalist Klementina Cenkollari, she not only revealed her objectives for this campaign, but she also discussed the factors that led her to become active in movements that are associated with the Albanian diaspora. One of these movements was the effort to ensure that immigrants had the right to vote.

It was when I was 17 years old that I first came here to study. As a student of mechanical engineering, I arrived to Wright State University, which is located in Ohio. After completing my education and becoming an engineer, I began my professional life and worked in the field for seven years. Eventually, I was promoted to a leadership role in which I was responsible for overseeing a group of engineers. According to her, “I also had a career in the information technology department of banks; I worked for two different companies: JP Morgan and Nationwide Insurance.”

At the same time that she was growing up with the desire to take action in favor of democracy, she claims that the desire to become active in politics is not at all a coincidence whatsoever. This can be traced back to the hardships that families in Albania endured before to the foundation of the democratic system governing the country.

My family has been subjected to a great deal of persecution in Albania. It is the Sharrah family that I hail from. Every member of our family was a staunch advocate for democratic principles. According to the document, “We supported individual rights, which was something that was against the dictatorial system, and for this, they executed seven people from my family, all of whom had been educated abroad, with a democratic vision for the country, and with the intention of bringing the western perspective to Albania as well.” it is she.

She claims that she initially participated in political activities at the local level, in the city of Columbus, which is where she lived. However, she has stated that she always aspired to be a part of other campaigns that took place in a wider area, throughout the state of Ohio. She has been a member of the structures of the Republican Party for eleven years, and because of this, she will be running for the Ohio Senate on behalf of the Republican Party.

“I am the first Albanian woman to ever reside in Ohio, and I have the hope that I will one day be a member of the Ohio legislature, here in the United States of America. Because I am an immigrant, I am considered to be a new American, and the president of the Ohio Senate believed that I would be an excellent candidate for this segment of the voters. In addition, I am a new American because I am an immigrant.

In response to the question of whether or not it is simpler or more challenging to run for office as an immigrant, she states, “We are in a very unique moment.” To give you an example, if you asked me ten years ago, I would have said that being an immigrant and a member of the Republican Party was not something that was considered typical. They went so far as to ask you what job you had there since they have a negative attitude against immigration, along with a number of other things. In point of fact, I had an entirely different perception of the truth. The desire of the republicans, in particular, to have immigrants in their ranks who are not only educated but also have the experience that we have of other distinct systems, such as the Albanian system, which was a dictatorship, is something that we have.

As far as she is concerned, this has been an extremely helpful method for those who are in a position to comprehend the fact that they require candidates who remind them of the reasons why the United States of America is the land of dreams and why it is the land that many immigrants have been promised.

This has had an effect on me as a candidate because I come from a country that is ruled by a dictatorship and my family has been subjected to a great deal of persecution by the government. “I have a different perspective to tell people that dictatorship and democracy are not so far from each other, so they should protect our rights with whatever we have and remain vigilant on our democracy,” she urges. “I have a different perspective!”

Ms. Sharrah is of the opinion that the choice of the party to run for her is also connected to the fact that she comes from a private sector background. It is her contention that the voter in Ohio’s 16th district, where she intends to secure votes, is confronted with the same difficulties that many Americans are confronted with on a national level now, such as rising inflation and education.

Since I’ve been living here, we have experienced inflation that has never been seen before. We have also witnessed an increase in the cost of housing, which has made it even more challenging for the average citizen to have a clear and peaceful economy for the way he will live in the future for himself. In addition, I continue to see education and schools as a significant component of my work.

While maintaining her political involvement in the United States, Ms. Sharrah has also been interested in issues that impact the Albanian diaspora, such as the ability of immigrants to vote. She has been politically active in the United States.

A nation’s constitution must be carried out in its entirety in order to be considered valid. A right that is guaranteed by the Constitution is the right of the diaspora to exercise their right to vote. In addition, we do not have the right to do this at this time. Considering that I am an Albanian-American, it is my hope that these relations with Albania will continue, particularly in light of the current precarious circumstances for the Albanian democratic system. I believe that the Albanian state is in complete contradiction with the Albanian Constitution as long as the vote of the diaspora is not implemented, and for this reason, I support the vote of the diaspora, she emphasizes. For this reason, I favor the vote of the diaspora.

She answered that it would be a dream come true if she were to win this election when she was asked what she would say about it.

One could say that it would be the culmination of a very, very long dream. It is a dream, and it is a dream that I feel, and I think about this particular aspect of the dream on a daily basis.

Not only will a citizen who was born in another country but who came to this country will have the opportunity to observe the drafting of laws in her country from the sidelines, but she will also have the opportunity to participate in the drafting of laws, bringing a different perspective and a different narrative. This is the first and most important aspect of the situation. In addition to this, this is connected to the fact that we are currently living in a really special time in the state of america.

The United States of America is a state formed by immigrants. “I believe that it is only fair to have people who, like me, love this country, want to see it continue on the right path, and want to preserve that American dream that we all came here for,” I believe.

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