If Jewish voters have the feeling they cannot avoid the Democratic message this election cycle, it may have to do with a new group formed this summer that has been specifically targeting the media on Jewish voters issues.
Top Republican donors Sheldon Adelson and his wife gave another $10 million to the “Super PAC” backing Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in October, saying they hoped to “level the playing field” with Democrats ahead of the Nov. 6 election.
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Jewish Republicans may pretend a vote for Mitt Romney is one for smaller government and free enterprise. It actually advances a radical Christian right agenda, Jay Michaelson writes.
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President Barack Obama aggressively attacked Republican challenger Mitt Romney on foreign policy on Monday in their third and final debate in an effort to blunt his opponent’s surge in the polls with two weeks left until Election Day.
Barack Obama won this debate by speaking like a Republican, Jay Michaelson argues. Mitt Romney sounded competent. But the president went for the jugular.
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The idea of a distinctly Jewish vote is, in a way, a mirage. We want to think it exists as one more way to prove that we exist as a community, Shmuel Rosener writes.
Vice President Joe Biden and Republican vice presidential nominee Rep. Paul Ryan clashed over Iran’s nuclear program during their televised debate.