By Luke Goldstein
Georgia’s Jews weigh in on hotly contested Senate races
The fate of the United States Senate may hang in the balance of an unlikely political force in Georgia: the Atlanta Jewish vote. Political operatives and election forecasters have zeroed in on the Atlanta metro area and its suburbs as the key sites for Democratic turnout, specifically Fulton, Gwinnett, and Cobb counties. This area happens…
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This election cycle has become a tale of two Georgias for the state’s Jewish community. In January’s run-off election, Jon Ossoff is poised to become the first Jewish Senator ever elected, not just in Georgia but from any Deep South state since Reconstruction. At the same time, this campaign season has seen the rise of…
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