A poll shows Jewish voters strongly favoring Democrats ahead of the midterm elections, and disapproving of President Donald Trump.
“I’m 59 years old I believe this is the most important election of my lifetime,” said David Shapiro about his run in a key southwest Florida race.
Approval for Trump among Jewish Americans was low to start with. Now, it has dropped by 1%.
Charges of anti-Semitism leveled at the Trump administration have not swayed pro-Trump Jews, a new poll suggests.
How are rabbis communicating with their congregants about an election whose result has left many of them terrified?
In an election season that has rocked the nation, the Jewish community had its own share of rough and tumble, thrusting Jewish Americans into a new reality, one in which protection from bigotry is no longer taken for granted and communal political structures have been scrambled.
A month before the election, Donald Trump tasked an employee with Jewish outreach, continuing his practice of turning Trump Organization staff into political advisers.
Zeev Libskin and Murray Roter, both in their 80s, made their way through the packed South Florida Expo Center until finally getting as close as possible to the stage.
As the campaign moves to the finish line, with less than a month left, one finds a number of significant new developments emerging among Jewish voters.
Florida is once again the ultimate swing state — and a new poll of Jewish voters in the Sunshine State suggests Hillary Clinton has little to worry about.