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Washington, DC -- Today, the House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly to provide $1 billion to replenish Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system. This action came two days after Democrats stripped away $1 billion dollars in funding for Israel’s critical Iron Dome from a government funding bill. The Iron Dome protects Israeli civilians from indiscriminate rocket attacks launched by Hezbollah, Hamas, Palestinian Jihad, and other terrorist groups. Ten Democrat Members of Congress and one Republican, Thomas Massie of Kentucky, voted against Iron Dome funding today. During debate on the bill, Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) attacked Israel as an "apartheid regime" that is guilty of "war crimes."
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.
We are excited to invite you to a virtual program featuring
Virginia Gubernatorial Candidate
RJC Board of Directors member and former White House spokesman
Zoom link will be provided upon RSVP.
There is no cost for this event.
This event is closed to media and off the record.
Glenn Youngkin is a homegrown Virginian who grew up in Richmond and Virginia Beach. As his father changed jobs, Glenn learned that moving around didn’t equal moving up – nothing was handed to him. From his first job washing dishes and frying eggs at a diner in Virginia Beach, Glenn embraced hard work and responsibility to help his family when his father lost his job. His determination to succeed earned him multiple high school basketball honors in Virginia and an athletic scholarship to college.
After earning an engineering degree at Rice University and his MBA at Harvard Business School, Glenn and his wife Suzanne moved to Northern Virginia. Glenn landed a job at The Carlyle Group, where he spent the next 25 years. Working his way to the top of the company, Glenn played a key role in building Carlyle into one of the leading investment firms in the world. His efforts have helped fund the retirements of teachers, police officers, firefighters and other frontline public servants and supported hundreds of thousands of American jobs.
Married for 26 years to his amazing wife Suzanne, Glenn is a dedicated father of four wonderful children. Their family journey has been and continues to be guided by their faith.
From his life experiences, Glenn has developed the skills and character to lead Virginia with humility and courage. He has the know-how to get Virginia moving again and rebuild it into the best place to live, work and raise a family in America.
Due to scheduling issues, this program has been postponed. We hope to reschedule the event soon. We apologize for any inconvenience.
This is tough time for our country; the Biden administration is lurching from one terrible policy to the next.
But the Republican Jewish Coalition is fighting back.
RJC has the facts, the tools, and the national network of activists to fight for our values and for the great Republican candidates who will take back the Senate and House majorities in 2022.
RJC Leaders play a vitally important role in that fight.
Please join us for a discussion with RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks about the serious challenges that face us at home and abroad and why the RJC is needed now more than ever.
This event is in-person and open to all RJC Leaders who are current in their dues and their invited guests.
RJC Leadership opportunities begin at $1,000 annually.
RSVP is required and space is limited.
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