Jews in the Middle: Who Are the Jewish Independent Voters?
Ossoff, Warnock and Georgia’s Black-Jewish Coalitions
When Jon Ossoff and the Reverend Raphael Warnock stand together to campaign in Georgia’s twin Senate runoffs, they stand on the state’s well-established foundation of Black-Jewish cooperation.
The Ticking Political Clocks Shaping the U.S.-Israel Relationship
With just under a year to go, Trump, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, would really like to fit in another one or two major moves—a grand peace plan, greenlighting Israeli annexation of the Jordan Valley or the signing of a mutual defense treaty between the two countries.
Opinion | Grumpy Jewish Grandpa 2020
Senator Bernie Sanders gets a lot of grief for being loud. “You don’t have to yell,” Representative Tim Ryan told the senator during CNN’s second Democratic primary debate.
If You Don’t Vote? ‘I’ll Haunt You When I Die’
If the 2016 election weren’t surreal enough, if this year’s campaign ads weren’t strange enough: Well, now there’s this.
From the Campaigns
As Election Day approaches, Moment reached out to four experts—two campaign workers, and two outside experts—to discuss the candidates.