Rep. Brad Sherman won a bitter political cage fight over fellow Jewish Democrat Howard Berman to represent a new congressional district in Los Angeles’s San Fernando Valley.
It’s Election Day at last. Here are five Jewish things to watch on this long night of swing states, bellwether counties and victory speeches.
The Forward is making its final election projections. We predict at least 31 Jews will serve in Congress and Brad Sherman will beat Howard Berman in their hotly contested race.
The Berman-Sherman congressional race in California’s 30th district has been nothing but pure drama.
Rep. Brad Sherman is expressing regret over a much-discussed incident in which he grabbed his opponent Rep. Howard Berman during a heated moment in a debate.
Los Angeles Congressman Brad Sherman nearly took a swing at his rival, Rep. Howard Berman, as the two Jewish Democrats fight for their political lives. Watch the startling video.
Jewish candidates are involved in some of the meanest, dirtiest races of the 2012 election cycle.
Los Angeles Democratic Rep. Howard Berman has reportedly won the support of two high-profile Republican senators and independent Joe Lieberman in his intramural showdown with Rep. Brad Sherman.
“Almost like in a boxing ring,” exclaimed a breathless local Fox News reporter.
Congressmen Brad Sherman and Howard Berman will continue their dogfight in November after they finished one-two in California’s unusual primary system.