Muslim Americans are energized about voting in this year's election in unprecedented ways, thanks in large part to extensive get-out-the-vote outreach launched throughout their communities and at mosques, according to the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR).

Robert McCaw, CAIR's government affairs department manager, told NBC News Tuesday afternoon that, the Muslim community has been hard at work for the last two years, ensuring every Muslim American eligible to vote is registered, and that they cast ballots on Election Day.

"It's unprecedented how mosques are organizing around this election, and really it's a great thing to see," McCaw said.

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