The Republican Jewish Coalition released the following statement celebrating the life of President George H.W. Bush:
The Republican Jewish Coalition reaffirms its support for the United States-Israel Security Assistance Authorization Act (HR 5141/S. 2497) and strongly encourages the U.S. Senate to complete action on the bill during this year’s session.
The Republican Jewish Coalition congratulates Dr. Miriam Adelson on receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor.
By Jackson Richman
November 8, 2018
Anti-Israel Democratic congressional candidate Leslie Cockburn “galvanized the pro-Israel community to raise around $1 million for the [Denver] Riggleman campaign,” a source in the pro-Israel community told JNS.
The Republican Jewish Coalition released the following statement from Executive Director Matt Brooks:
"Republicans did well in a tough year, increasing their share in the Senate and holding Democrats to below-average gains in the House. The Republican Jewish Coalition engaged heavily in helping Republicans this cycle and saw good results in key races.
Using innovative technology not deployed before by a Republican group, the RJC PAC this year raised nearly $750,000 for GOP candidates from Republican Jewish Coalition grassroots members.
The new platform, launched in July, allowed RJC small dollar members to donate to the RJC PAC and earmark contributions to specific candidates on the RJC PAC slate of 25 endorsees. The result was record-breaking support from Republican Jewish Coalition grassroots members to the RJC PAC and the endorsed candidates.
The Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) congratulates the winning Republican candidates elected to the U.S. House and Senate, as well as those who won gubernatorial, state senate and state assembly elections.
Trump's visit to Pittsburgh's Tree of Life Synagogue shows he is dedicated to fighting anti-Semitism
Wednesday, October 31, 2018
By: RJC National Chairman Senator Norm Coleman
President Trump’s visit Tuesday to the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh – where an anti-Semitic gunman murdered 11 Jews gathered in prayer Saturday – was an important gesture that symbolized national mourning and unity in the face of a horrific tragedy.
Today the RJC released the following statement from National Chairman, Senator Norm Coleman on the horrific news from Pittsburgh:
At a debate on October 22, Antonio Delgado questioned whether Israel is a democracy, saying, “Being pro-Israel and being pro-peace is critical, but I'm also pro-democracy, and as currently constructed, Israel is not a Jewish democracy. Those settlements make it so that it can't be.”