Republican primary

Romney Takes 6 States On Super Tuesday

03/07/2012
JTA

WASHINGTON (JTA) – Leading Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney took six of 10 states in Super Tuesday primaries, including a narrow victory in coveted Ohio.

Also in Ohio, Republicans selected a Jewish veteran to run for the U.S. Senate and longtime Rep. Dennis Kucinich, a consistent critic of Israel, lost in a Democratic primary.

It’s Romney V. Santorum On Super Tuesday

03/07/2012
JTA

WASHINGTON (JTA) -- Super Tuesday Republican primaries were a race between Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum, Republicans selected a Jewish veteran for Ohio's Senate run, and Dennis Kucinich lost his bid for reelection.

Ten states went to the polls Tuesday in what is the biggest election day of primary season.

Which candidate would make the best Republican nominee for president?

Jewish Republicans Cheered By Romney Romp

Fresh off New Hampshire win, frontrunner from Massachusetts seen as ‘kind of heimish.’

01/10/2012
Staff Writer

With the New Hampshire Republican presidential primary behind him, Mitt Romney, who garnered 40 percent in the Granite State,  is on to the South Carolina primary Jan. 21, where polls put him narrowly in the lead. Should he win in the face of a blistering $3.4 million negative ad campaign, courtesy of a super PAC backing Newt Gingrich, he would be poised to win in Florida Jan. 31 and become the first non-incumbent Republican presidential candidate to sweep the first four primaries.

And that would please Jewish Republicans, analysts say.

In First Primary Battleground, Jews Are Non-Factor

A Jewish Republican in New Hampshire seems to be a rare commodity.

01/03/2012
Assistant Managing Editor

As the nation’s political attention pivots from Iowa to New Hampshire this week, Rabbi Levi Krinsky, the emissary of Chabad Lubavitch in Manchester for the past 22 years, is feeling a little lonely.

Without a Democratic primary fight, the Jews of this fiercely independent state, who number about 10,000, aren’t being courted as heavily as they used to.

“This is the quietest [primary] I can remember,” he said in a phone interview Tuesday. Of the small Jewish population, even a smaller number are Republicans, judging by national trends.

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