For Jewish Republican guru Matt Brooks, the point is not winning a majority. It’s simply chipping away at the Democrats’ tight grip on Jewish voters.
It was a tough night for Jewish political mega-donor Sheldon Adelson, the Las Vegas mogul who was the biggest political donor of the election cycle.
New York Times polling geek Nate Silver has become the poster boy for a data-driven approach to elections. He silenced critics with a near-perfect Election Day.
Once the votes are counted, politicos turn to arguing over just how many Jews voted for the Democrats and why. Not surprisingly, 2012 is no different.
President Barack Obama rode a renewed mandate from Jewish voters, liberals and the Democratic base to win an historic second term in the White House.
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