SWING STATE JEWS: Florida is a must-win state for Mitt Romney. What can the GOP candidate do to pry a slice of the Jewish vote away from President Obama?
With control of the Senate at stake, Rep. Shelley Berkley is running for a seat from Nevada, a crucial swing state. What role will her nemesis Sheldon Adelson play?
President Barack Obama pledged to maintain his support for Israel and to counter Iran’s threat in his nomination acceptance speech. He also took a jab at Sheldon Adelson.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz learned at the family dinner table not to let anything stand in the way of her dreams. She’s using those lessons as she steers President Obama’s reelection campaign.
Jewish women are a tough constituency for Mitt Romney and the GOP. Their strategy? Change the subject from women’s issues to the economy and Israel.
For Jewish Republicans, the hurricane-shortened convention in Tampa is a chance to help Mitt Romney win over a bigger slice of the Jewish electorate.
Despite reports that President Obama faces a loss of Jewish funders, a Forward analysis of a list of elite bundlers from his 2008 race shows no high-profile defections for 2012.
GOP frontrunner Newt Gingrich is late to the party with Jewish Republicans. But he boasts powerful support from Sheldon Adelson and a long friendship with Benjamin Netanyahu.
JEWISH VOTE 2012: Jews may not back Barack Obama as overwhelmingly as in 2008. Then again, his support will likely weaken among younger voters and independents, too.
Mitt Romney has cultivated an image as an establishment figure in the Republican Party. That?s helped him lock up Jewish support and money for 2012.