Thursday, November 27, 2014 Kislev 5, 5775
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Kim Decker and her teenage son, Bennett, waited in a packed auditorium last month at Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel for the start of an election program that featured some prominent Jewish supporters of the president, an audience with some hecklers and plenty of rhetorical fireworks. But mother and son managed to discuss President Barack Obama's record civilly, even if they...
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Linda Lingle is used to beat­ing the odds. Which is why the Jewish Republican who served two terms as governor of Hawaii believes she has a good shot at becoming the newest U.S. senator from the Aloha State. She's mounting her campaign with the help of donors from the "mainland," including Jews in Philadelphia, where she recently stopped as part...
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Ron Kampeas, Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Washington · Analysis Mitt Romney's announced trip to Israel, at the height of his campaign to wrest the presidency from Barack Obama, could be a twofer, drawing closer two critical constituencies: evangelicals and foreign policy hawks. Though details of the upcoming trip have not yet been released, it is believed Romney's visit will coincide with his stop at the London...
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Tom Smith, the Republican hoping to unseat U.S. Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.), may not be familiar with the Yiddish term mensch -- at least not until this week -- nor has he yet visited the Jewish state, though he hopes to one day. But the one-time coal miner-turned-coal executive from western Pennsylvania's Armstrong County says he is confident that his...
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Tom Smith, the Republican hoping to unseat U.S. Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.), may not be familiar with the Yiddish term mensch -- at least not until this week -- nor has he yet visited the Jewish state, though he hopes to one day. But the one-time coal miner-turned-coal executive from western Pennsylvania's Armstrong County says he is confident that his...
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