Tuesday, September 30, 2014 Tishri 6, 5775
By:
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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JTA
Find here a list of Jews who will be serving in the next Congress.
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By:
Ron Kampeas, JTA
The day after the election looks a lot like the day before for President Obama, particularly in areas that have attracted the attention of Jewish voters: Tussling with Republicans domestically on the economy and health care, and dancing gingerly with Israel around the issue of a nuclear Iran.
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By:
Jewish Exponent Staff
U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, a socially conservative Democrat who sits on the Foreign Relations Committee, held onto his seat Tuesday despite a high-dollar campaign from challenger Tom Smith.
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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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