By Joshua Davidson
God is in the voting booth
I remember as a young child how my parents would take me with them into the voting booth to teach me not just how all the levers worked, but how democracy worked. For Jews of an earlier America, voting was a sacred privilege. Our immigrant forebears would dress for the polling place as though for…
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