You can expect both sides to pursue the persuadable Jewish vote with a tenacity that belies our tiny population percentage.
Rashia Tlaib has become “a source of pride for Palestine and the entire Arab and Muslim world,” her uncle said.
Nearly four-fifths of Jewish voters polled voted Democrat.
Darrell Issa, an 18-year veteran of the House, conceded that Mike Levin, a Democratic, would win the seat he is vacating.
Matt Brooks, head of the Republican Jewish Coalition, denounced the ads on Twitter.
Einat Kalisch-Rotem defeated incumbent mayor Yona Yahav to become the first woman mayor of one of Israel’s three largest cities.
“Jews are not just supervoters, they’re superdonors.”
Simon Slama, the only Jewish candidate, is running in Tunisia’s municipal elections for the Islamist Ennahdha Party.
If Democrats win both seats, they will have the numerical majority — but that all depends on whether Simcha Felder flips back to the Democrats.
If he is not elected Illinois governor, at least Daniel Biss could fall back on juggling.