Washington, DC -- The Republican Jewish Coalition released a statement today on the second anniversary of the opening of the US Embassy in Jerusalem, Israel.
Washington, D.C. — Today, the Senate passed the Never Again Education Act, a bipartisan bill to create, improve and expand Holocaust education programs for middle and high school-age students. The bill, which was passed by the House of Representatives in January, will soon go to President Trump for his signature.
Washington D.C. -- The RJC PAC announced that it is endorsing and supporting Republican primary challenger Randy Feenstra in his race to defeat Rep. Steve King (IA-4). RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks released the following statement:
RJC Demands Democrat New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio Apologize for His Dangerous Tweet Against the Jewish Community
Washington D.C. -- Last night, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio issued a tweet targeting all of the approximately 1.1 million Jews in New York City. The tweet was apparently in response to the gathering of some 1,000 Jews (0.09% of the Jewish population) for a funeral. This comes on the heels of a dangerous uptick in anti-Semitic attacks in New York City that de Blasio failed to address. RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks issued the following statement:
At the present time, all RJC staff are following government social distancing recommendations and are teleworking. Our DC headquarters and regional staff can be reached by phone (please leave a voicemail message and your call will be returned) or by email. Contact information for our offices can be found here.
Washington D.C. -- In light of the COVID-19 epidemic, in consultation with the White House and our outside experts, we have regretfully decided to postpone the RJC Annual Meeting, which was to be held this week in Las Vegas.
Washington, D.C. -- The Republican Jewish Coalition Victory Fund, an affiliate of the Republican Jewish Coalition, released an ad that will be shown during tomorrow's Democratic debates. The ad will run in critical battleground states -- Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Arizona -- and will also run in Washington, DC.
Washington, D.C. -- The Republican Jewish Coalition responded today to remarks by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) last night during a CNN town hall in Las Vegas.
By Jacob Kornbluh, Jewish Insider
The Republican Jewish Coalition is withdrawing its support from four incumbent Republican House members after they voted against the bipartisan Never Again Education Act, legislation to authorize new funding to help schools teach students about the Holocaust and antisemitism.
Washington, D.C. -- The Republican Jewish Coalition strongly endorses the plan that President Donald Trump released today.