This wasn’t Jon Ossoff’s first race.
Marc Elias, the Democratic lawyer and power broker, was having a big day. His by turns earnest, exultant and swaggering Twitter presence had pushed him over a milestone: “400k,” he posted earlier this month, accompanied by an emoji wearing a party hat and blowing a streamer.
The pushback from Warnock’s Jewish allies is struggling to gain traction against Loeffler’s onslaught.
“Reverend Warnock is a beloved friend and ally of Georgia’s Jewish community and a friend of Israel.”
From coronavirus to George Floyd, inability to breathe has defined our troubles this year.
People grew emotional at the sight of our young Black daughter chanting in joy.
“We live in service to our nation. I think that might be the highest form of patriotism. It’s not just simple words; it’s deeds.”
“The Jewish community knows how important their vote is. They don’t sit out elections.”
“Arizona is just a positive story,” said Dove Kent, strategic director of the progressive Jewish advocacy group Bend the Arc.
If Bernie Sanders is a Zayde, Doug Emhoff is a Zaddy.