Friday, May 29, 2015 Sivan 11, 5775

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Aaron Passman, JE Feature
It was an evening of meetings that will loom large throughout the next few weeks. The Phillies faced off against the Dodgers for a World Series berth, Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama held their final presidential debate, and Rep. Jim Gerlach and his Democratic challenger for Pennsylvania's 6th congressional district seat, Bob Roggio, made their respective cases in the...
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Choice. A National Jewish Democratic Council ad that ran last week in Jewish newspapers around the country highlighted the word in an enormous font with bold lettering. It stated that Barack Obama supports a woman's right to choose, while John McCain does not. In marked contrast to the slew of Republican Jewish Coalition ads that have sought to portray the...
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The race between state Sen. Andrew Dinniman (D-District 19) and his Republican challenger Steve Kantrowitz -- who both happen to be Jewish and live in Chester County-- has largely been low-key, lacking partisan fireworks. Part of the reason for the tone of the contest is that both candidates seem to have little appetite for making the kind of statements that...
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Aaron Passman, JE Feature
In the history of voter-outreach campaigns, there's never been anything quite like this. "The Great Schlep" kicked off last weekend as an attempt by young Jewish voters to convince their grandparents in Florida to vote for Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama. The movement -- spurred on by an Internet video featuring comedian Sarah Silverman -- is focused on convincing...
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Barack Obama's campaign is continuing its heavy outreach to Jewish voters in the Philadelphia area. On Oct. 13, U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) spoke in front of a packed auditorium at the JCC Klein Branch in Northeast Philadelphia. Three days earlier, in the same place, Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell, U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.) and a host of other local...
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