Washington, DC - The Republican Jewish Coalition Victory Fund announced a significant $450,000 independent expenditure, releasing a scathing new ad on broadcast television targeting embattled Democrat Matt Cartwright (PA-08).
Ahead of the midterm elections, Jewish Democrat incumbent, Rep. Susan Wild, competes against her Jewish Republican challenger, Lisa Scheller, in one of the key races this election cycle.
By Ben Samuels, Haaretz
Washington, DC - The Republican Jewish Coalition Victory Fund released a new, hard-hitting ad on Philadelphia broadcast television targeting Democrat Susan “Wildly Out of Touch” Wild (PA-07). The ad buy will be $750,000.
Washington, DC –– Today, the Republican Jewish Coalition PAC endorsed an additional 16 candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives. The RJC PAC has already endorsed 46 federal candidates, bringing the total number of 2022 endorsements to date to 62.
On August 17, 2022, RJC hosted a pro-Israel community event with US Senate candidate from Pennsylvania Dr. Mehmet Oz in Philadelphia, where Dr. Oz was formally endorsed by RJC Board of Directors member Ambassador David Friedman.
You can view the C-SPAN video of the event below:
The Republican Jewish Coalition and the Jewish Policy Center co-hosted a webinar with President Donald Trump’s special envoy to the Middle East, Jason Greenblatt. Greenblatt's efforts helped lay the groundwork for the Abraham Accords among Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Morocco—followed shortly by an agreement between Israel and Sudan. The Abraham Accords marked a paradigm shift in the Middle East. Now the Palestinians can no longer block all Arab cooperation with Israel. Arab states have now recognized Israel as an ally against the hegemonist ambitions of Iran and as a partner in economic, scientific, technological, and social cooperation that could redefine the region.
What an amazing 10 days it’s been for RJC leaders, members, and volunteers!
Washington, DC –– The Republican Jewish Coalition PAC has endorsed Alaska’s Senator Lisa Murkowski and Alabama’s Katie Boyd Britt for the U.S. Senate for the 2022 election cycle.
The RJC PAC has now endorsed a total of 45 candidates in 2022.
Democratic control of the House of Representatives is hanging by a thread. The current make-up of the chamber is 220 Democrats and 211 Republicans. But three of the four current vacancies are in Republican seats which will be filled after special elections in August. Republicans are also favored to flip the fourth vacant seat from blue to red next month in New York’s 19th district. That would narrow the Democrat majority to 220-215.
The battle for the Senate is heating up. With a Democrat in the White House, Republicans need 51 seats to regain the majority that was lost after the 2020 elections. Since the GOP already has 50 seats, all that’s needed is a net gain of one seat in November.