After all but securing his nomination, Josh Mandel is now facing a new challenge from left field in his race to become the Republican candidate for Ohio’s senate seat in 2018.
The 2018 mid-term elections may be far away, but in Ohio’s Senate race, one Jewish Republican candidate is already moving forward.
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Josh Mandel, Ohio’s state treasurer, is mounting another campaign to unseat Sen. Sherrod Brown, the incumbent Democrat. Mandel, a Marines veteran who served in Iraq, announced his bid this week with a 2-minute YouTube video that starts by noting that of his grandparents, one served in the U.S. military during World War…
Josh Mandel, the Jewish Ohio treasurer who ran for the U.S. Senate in 2012, will not return a campaign donation from a white supremacist.
Josh Mandel, a Republican, was elected for a second term as state treasurer in Ohio.
Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.) is no closer to having a minyan. The majority leader will remain the sole Jewish member of his party’s caucus in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Obama wins WI and NH (Romney hoped to win both).
It’s Election Day at last. Here are five Jewish things to watch on this long night of swing states, bellwether counties and victory speeches.
In the final days of a bitterly contested election, little that is sacred has not been put to use, especially in the crucial swing states of Florida, Ohio and Virginia.
The Jewish extended family is one of the loveliest, comfiest, most rewarding aspects of the heritage. It’s also a complicating factor in one Ohio family.