Jewish Political Partisans in U.S. Engaged in Pre-Election Outreach

October 19, 2006 at 12:29 am | Posted in political parties | Leave a comment

(JTA) In a turbulent midterm election campaign that could culminate with a major political realignment in the U.S. Congress, candidates are constant at least with one constituency: Jewish voters.

In their campaigns for the Jewish vote on Nov. 7, Republicans are pitching support for Israel and anti-terrorism, as they have for years. Democrats are reminding voters of the party’s traditional support for Israel but are emphasizing health care, keeping church separate from state and supporting reproductive rights, as they have for years.



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