Tuesday, March 31, 2015 Nisan 11, 5775
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JTA Staff
In a generally rough night for Republicans, the party's top Jewish congressional prospects all went down to defeat.
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Just like the nation’s capital, Harrisburg’s balance of power was left unchanged by voters. Still, the Democrats are claiming a victory by picking up seats in the Pennsylvania House and Senate.
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This time around, remembering the name of your lawmakers in Washington shouldn’t be so hard. Unlike other recent election cycles, the cast of U.S. Senate and House incumbents representing the Philadelphia area remains unchanged.
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Spirits soared — and some dimmed — at election watch parties Tuesday night with the news that President Barack Obama had won a second term. Supporters celebrated a victorious end to a slog of a campaign that had dragged on for 18 long months.
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By:
Ron Kampeas, JTA
According to national exit polls, President Barack Obama won 69 to 70 percent of the Jewish vote — an overwhelming majority commensurate with projections, but down from the last presidential election.
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