Thursday, April 24, 2014 Nisan 24, 5774
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While the U.S. Senate race to replace Arlen Specter has produced a heated, ongoing debate on U.S. policy toward Israel, the Pennsylvania gubernatorial contest has generated relatively little fervor in the Jewish community. Still, the next occupant of the governor's mansion -- be it Republican Tom Corbett or Democrat Dan Onorato -- will be confronted with issues that could have...
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Pat Toomey's Senate campaign headquarters in Allentown sits across the road from the intricate network of roller coasters over at Dorney Park, perhaps serving as an apt symbol of the unpredictable nature of the wild ride known as politics.
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U.S. Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.) may be one of the so-called "Young Guns" -- a trio of House members some consider the future of the Republican Party -- but in one key respect, the 47-year-old stands alone.
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Israel may just be the only issue that Republican Pat Meehan and Democrat Bryan Lentz aren't clashing over in their race to become the newest congressman from Delaware County. But not to worry: Two nationally prominent Jewish House members recently visited the area to drum up Jewish support for the two contenders, and as a result, made the Mideast argument...
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While in the midst of a campaign two years ago, State Sen. Kim Ward, a freshman Republican lawmaker from Westmoreland County in southwest Pennsylvania, received some startling news from her dying father. Ward said that her father, Roger Renko, though hooked up to a ventilator and unable to speak, scrawled on a piece of paper that his paternal grandparents had...
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