Washington, DC (September 27, 2020) –– President Donald Trump has nominated federal appeals court judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. RJC National Chairman Senator Norm Coleman commented:
Washington, DC -- Today, Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden compared President Trump to Nazi propogandist Joseph Goebbels, equating one of history’s great monsters to President Trump, Biden’s political rival. RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks made the following statement:
Washington, DC – As part of the RJC’s 10-million-dollar effort to reelect President Donald Trump, the RJC is sending direct mail to Jewish voters in the critical battleground states of Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Arizona, Georgia and Michigan.
Washington, DC – The RJC PAC has announced a new set of endorsements for the 2020 election. The RJC PAC has been a dominant force this cycle. This new set of endorsements expands its reach to important races around the country. The RJC PAC has already endorsed President Donald Trump and Republican candidates in eleven Senate races and nineteen House races. The new endorsees include two US Senate candidates and twenty US House candidates.
Republican Governors Praise Collins’ Independence and Effectiveness
Washington, DC – The Republican Jewish Coalition is releasing three digital ads this week in support of Senator Susan Collins of Maine. These are in addition to the ad released last week. The RJC has increased the buy for this set of ads to $450,000 total.
Historic UAE-Israel and Bahrain-Israel Agreements Made Possible by Trump and His Team
Washington, DC – The Republican Jewish Coalition today praised President Donald Trump and his team for brokering the historic UAE-Israel and the Bahrain-Israel peace treaties. They are only the first such agreements between Israel and Arab states since the peace treaty with Egypt, signed in March 1979, and the peace treaty with Jordan, signed in October 1994.
Washington, DC – The Republican Jewish Coalition has taken a full-page ad in tomorrow’s New York Times to commend and thank President Donald Trump for his achievements in bringing greater peace to the Middle East.
By Norm Coleman, Times of Israel
The “more in sadness than in anger” trope is on full display in a recent Times of Israel op-ed by Abe Foxmanabout Jewish voters and President Trump. Foxman, who served as head of the Anti-Defamation League for decades and oversaw its shift from mainstream community defense organization to a shill for the left, offers a harsh critique of President Donald Trump’s record of unparalleled support for Israel and fails to make mention of the virulent anti-Semitism that now flows from the lips of the ascendant “progressive leadership” of the Democrat party; including Ilhan Omar, Rashid Tlaib and AOC. Let me set the record straight.
Washington, DC – The Republican Jewish Coalition released a statement today, after the announcement that Bahrain and Israel have agreed to normalize relations. RJC National Chairman Senator Norm Coleman said:
Washington, DC – The Republican Jewish Coalition Victory Fund released a digital ad supporting the reelection of Senator Susan Collins (R-ME). The ad specifically targets women voters in Maine. The RJC has put $400,000 behind this ad campaign.