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Slim Pickings in the Twin Cities

Even before John McCain and the GOP scaled back on this week’s Republican National Convention, there weren’t nearly as many public events geared toward Jewish voters on the schedule as the Democrats held last week in Denver. Republicans have been hoping to win over Jewish voters. The lack of events targeting Jewish or Israel issues may simply reflect the fact that the vast majority of Jewish voters have historically supported Democratic candidates.

Here’s most of what’s on the table now. This could all change given the uncertainty caused by Gustav pummeling the Gulf Coast. We’ll add more as they become known.

Monday, September 1 American Jewish Committee and Jewish Community Relations Council host a discussion on achieving energy independence.

American Jewish Committee reception for diplomatic corps

Tuesday, September 2

American Jewish Committee and Jewish Community Relations Council host a discussion on advancing the Indian-Jewish relationship.

Roundtable Discussion with RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks on “The GOP and Issues Effecting the Jewish Community”

Salute to GOP Governors

Wednesday, Sept. 3

American Jewish Committee and Jewish Community Relations Council host a discussion on issues for a growing Latino-Jewish coalition.

Thursday, September 4

American Jewish Committee and Jewish Community Relations Council host a discussion on America and the quest for Middle East peace and security.

Salute to Pro-Israel Elected Officials

Senator Joseph Lieberman, a staunch McCain supporter and the 2000 Democratic vice presidential nominee, was scheduled to speak during Monday night’s program that’s been scrapped. It’s unclear whether he and other canceled speakers will be rescheduled.

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