Rep. Ilhan Omar, the last member of The Squad to face a Democratic primary in the quartet’s first re-election cycle, handily beat back a challenge Tuesday from attorney Antone Melton-Meaux in her Minneapolis-area district, continuing a summer of impressive wins for hard-left progressives.
One person’s congressional campaign website expressed support for “nonviolent actions like the BDS movement.”
“I think that we’re due for a change, and there’s no question about that. How much of a change is the question.”
“Bernie’s said the same thing forever. He is what he is.”
Simcha Felder beats Blake Morris in a contentious Brooklyn State Senate race with a large Orthodox community.
Julia Salazar won a stunning victory in her insurgent battle for a New York state Senate seat
The Democratic establishment openly pushed back against her.
Two Jewish candidates were defeated in the Democratic primary for Massachusetts governor.
Pro-settler hardliners swept a vote on Monday held by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party, effectively tossing four of his closest allies and backers of Middle East diplomacy off a list of candidates running with him in a Jan. 22 election.
It looked as if today’s primaries to choose the candidate roster for Israel’s ruling Likud party was going to be delayed by Operation Pillar of Defense. But the party showed resilience and went to the polls as scheduled — only to have the process descend in to a shambles by problems with the snazzy computerized system on which members are meant to vote.