Wednesday, June 3, 2015 Sivan 16, 5775
The following is a list of Jewish lawmakers who will serve in the 110th Congress. The number of Jews in the Senate will rise to 13 from 11, with two new members. Both Joseph Lieberman and Bernie Sanders won as independent candidates, but are expected to caucus with the Democrats. The number in the House of Representatives will rise to...
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As the Democrats prepare to run both the House and the Senate come January, questions remain about how the shift in power for the incoming 110th Congress will shape American policy on Iraq, as well as a range of domestic issues. U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz (D-District 13), who was overwhelmingly re-elected to a second term in Congress, said rather than...
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Robert Vogel was first bitten by the travel bug nearly 40 years ago, when he took time out from college to visit Japan, then backpack around Europe. Such experiences opened his mind up to a wider world than the one he knew growing up in Mount Airy and Cheltenham. In fact, the longtime educator believes that venturing beyond the familiar...
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SCRANTON, Pa. Democrat Bob Casey led in the polls virtually from the moment he announced his candidacy to unseat Sen. Rick Santorum some 20 months ago. Nevertheless, analysts argued that the Republican -- a skilled debater and a fierce campaigner -- would find a way to close the gap and take the contest to the distance. But in the end,...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
For Estelle Gilbert, voting on Nov. 7 meant voicing her opinion on one particular issue: the war in Iraq. "Get the war over in Iraq," said Gilbert after voting at the Congregations of Shaare Shamayim in Northeast Philadelphia. "Bring the boys home!" The issues were not so cut-and-dried for some other voters in the the 58th Ward, 13th Division. For...
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