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Endorsed by The Jewish Press, Ms. Freier essentially ran against the Jewish political and organizational establishment.
A small turnout is expected this coming Tuesday, September 13. Therefore, your votes could very well make the difference.
Wasserman Schultz had a lot to do with quashing Senator Sanders' efforts to turn the DNC platform into an all out attack on the Israeli "occupation."
In her role as DNC chair, Debbie Wasserman Schultz's proxies on the party platform committee combined forces with Hillary Clinton's proxies to block Sanders' proxies anti-Israel proposals.
The candidates we have endorsed are capable, bright, personable, and enthusiastic, and have shown they work well with the Jewish community and all the many other ethnic and religious communities that comprise or will comprise their districts.
Another demoted Balad leader is Jamal Zahalka who landed the fifth spot, which would only get him a seat should the Joint Arab List pick up between 18 and 20 mandates
It was a big night for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, but Sanders, Cruz and Rubio all had victories as well.
Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is fighting to stay in the race on Super Tuesday.
Georgia Senator Saxby Chambliss is theoretically very vulnerable to a primary challenger in 2014, and his fate will depend on whether anyone is interested...
If any single business lobby—yes, business lobby—stands as an obstacle to entitlement reform, it is the American Association of Retired People [AARP]. There is nothing wrong with being a successful business, and the AARP should be credited for being just that. But there is something unsavory, at least, about being in the business of duping the elderly. Dissimulating—even to the elderly—is not illegal, nor should it be.
Just days before the entire world stands before the great Judge on Rosh Hashanah, Democrats of the 5th district of Brooklyn will be casting their votes in the primary election for civil court judge. Shlomo Mostofsky, private attorney and former president of the National Council of Young Israel (NCYI), is currently campaigning to secure the post as judge.
It looks like someone went up to Charles Barron and slapped him. The former member of the City Council and the Black Panther party was handily defeated by Hakeem Jeffries for the newly redrawn 8th Congressional District. The new district is mainly African-American, with a significant percentage of Russian Jews and Hispanics. Jeffries won in a landslide with more than half the precincts reporting, taking 75 percent of the vote.
Americans are sick and tired of rancorous, scorched-earth politics, which has given Congress a nine percent approval rating. Let’s show America that politics is an honorable profession, a noble calling, filled with people who put values, country, and integrity first. Let’s start winning people back to the political theater by demonstrating that politics are inspiring rather than depressing, ennobling rather than corrupting, and harmonious rather than rancorous.
Out of 95 thousand registered Kadima party members, only 40% voted by 10 p.m., when the polls closed. It was rumored that left-leaning Haim Ramon was planning to resign as Chair of the Kadima Council. Along with the Mofaz win, this may suggest that the party is moving to the right. It may also mean that Kadima could not be taken for granted as partnering with the left on issues such as religious vs. secular tensions.