Washington, DC (February 2, 2022) – RJC National Chairman Senator Norm Coleman responded today to the release of the Amnesty International-UK report accusing Israel of apartheid:
Washington, DC -- The Republican Jewish Coalition mourns the passing of Larry Greenfield, who served as California regional director of the RJC from 2004-2008 and most recently served as a fellow of the Claremont Institute and executive director of the Reagan Legacy Foundation.
Washington, DC – The Republican Jewish Coalition announces that the Honorable David M. Friedman, former Ambassador of the United States to the State of Israel, has been elected to the RJC Board of Directors.
Washington, DC – The Republican Jewish Coalition applauds the introduction of the Taylor Force Martyr Payment Prevention Act, introduced by Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) and 12 co-sponsors today.
The Republican National Committee has published an in-depth look at the Democratic Party's tolerance for antisemitism and what it means for American Jewish voters.
by Irit Tratt, Jerusalem Post (opinion)
A Republican Jewish Coalition conference focused on the Republicans' strong backing of Israel compared with the Democrats’ waning support for the Jewish state.
The RJC National Leadership Meeting in Las Vegas was a resounding success. Over 700 attendees heard from dozens of A-list Republican speakers during a weekend filled with positive energy, enthusiasm, and optimism for the future.
By Marc Rod, Jewish Insider
Buoyed by GOP victories last Tuesday, the Republican Jewish Coalition leadership conference — a key stop for potential 2024 presidential candidates and other party luminaries — held in Las Vegas over the weekend offered a model for the party’s midterm strategy.
Youngkin crushes Jewish Vote
Washington, DC – RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks released the following statement today:
Washington, DC – The Republican Jewish Coalition congratulates Virginia Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin on his victory tonight.
Youngkin campaigned on the issues that matter most to the people of Virginia, including education, taxes, economic growth, supporting law enforcement, and honest governance. His message resonated with Virginia voters from all walks of life.
RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks said: