Republican Jewish Coalition

Fostering & Enhancing Ties Between the American Jewish Community & Republican Lawmakers

The RJC

...is the unique bridge between the Jewish community and Republican decision-makers. We are committed to building a strong, effective, and respected Jewish Republican voice in Washington and across the country — and with your help, we can continue this important mission.

2020 RJC National Victory Team Grassroots Efforts

Supporting President Trump and the GOP In Key Battleground States

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News

Israel is Under Assault from Democrats

Washington, DC -- Today, House Democrats stripped away $1 billion dollars in funding for Israel’s critical Iron Dome self-defense system from the must-pass government funding bill. Iron Dome protects Israeli civilians from indiscriminate rocket attacks launched by Hezbollah, Hamas, Palestinian Jihad, and other terrorist groups.

JI: RJC’s November bash an early stop for 2024 hopefuls

by Gabby DeutschJewish Insider

In November, three years before the next presidential election, several GOP presidential  hopefuls will appear at the Republican Jewish Coalition’s annual Las Vegas conference. 

 

RJC Celebrates First Anniversary of Abraham Accords

Washington, DC  -- The Republican Jewish Coalition celebrates the first anniversary of the historic Abraham Accords signed by Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain with the support and leadership of the United States.

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Events

Monday, October 04, 2021 at 05:30 PM
Location provided upon RSVP in Altamonte Springs, FL

FL: Event with Jonathan Tobin in Orlando

 

Chances are you’ve read plenty of Jonathan Tobin’s excellent columns, frequently featured in the RJC's weekly e-newsletter. 

Join us for a lively discussion with JNS’s editor-in-chief about pressing concerns facing Jewish Americans, including:

• US foreign policy

• the security of Israel

• the threat from Iran

• antisemitism

• and the implications of the Biden administration’s policies.

 

Jonathan S. Tobin is the Editor-in-Chief of JNS — Jewish News Syndicate. He is also a contributing writer for National Review and a columnist for the New York Post, Haaretz, and other publications.


Hosted by the RJC Orlando Chapter with special thanks to RJC Vice President’s Council Member Michael Brehne.

Doors open at 5:30, event begins promptly at 6:00.

This event is in-person and open to all RJC Leaders and Members in good standing, and their invited guests. 
There is no charge to attend. 

RSVP is required and space is limited.

 

Tuesday, October 05, 2021 at 06:00 PM
Location provided upon RSVP in Boca Raton, FL

FL: Event with Jonathan Tobin in Boca Raton

 

Chances are you’ve read plenty of Jonathan Tobin’s excellent columns, frequently featured in the RJC's weekly e-newsletter. 

Join us for a lively discussion with JNS’s editor-in-chief about pressing concerns facing Jewish Americans, including:

• US foreign policy

• the security of Israel

• the threat from Iran

• antisemitism

• and the implications of the Biden administration’s policies.

 

Jonathan S. Tobin is the Editor-in-Chief of JNS — Jewish News Syndicate. He is also a contributing writer for National Review and a columnist for the New York Post, Haaretz, and other publications.


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Wednesday, October 06, 2021 at 08:30 AM
Location provided upon RSVP in Aventura, FL

FL: Event with Jonathan Tobin in Aventura

 

Chances are you’ve read plenty of Jonathan Tobin’s excellent columns, frequently featured in the RJC's weekly e-newsletter. 

Join us for a breakfast program featuring a lively discussion with JNS’s editor-in-chief about pressing concerns facing conservative Jewish Americans, including:

• US foreign policy

• the security of Israel

• the threat from Iran

• antisemitism

• and the growing consequences of the Biden administration’s incompetence.

 

Jonathan S. Tobin is the Editor-in-Chief of JNS — Jewish News Syndicate. He is also a contributing writer for National Review and a columnist for the New York Post, Haaretz, and other publications.

 

This event is in-person and open to all RJC Leaders and Members in good standing, and their invited guests. 
There is no charge to attend. 

RSVP is required and space is limited.

 

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