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RJC in the News

Multiple Pennsylvania, national, and Jewish news outlets have picked up the RJC's statement about Pennsylvania GOP gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano's relationship with Gab, the social media platform.

The statement from RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks read:

"Instead of welcoming all Pennsylvanians who have concerns about Josh Shapiro’s big government agenda, Doug Mastriano’s campaign unfortunately seems intent on sending a message of exclusion. Jewish voters expect candidates to condemn antisemitism whether it comes from the far left or the far right – and to shun those who espouse it. We strongly urge Doug Mastriano to end his association with Gab, a social network rightly seen by Jewish Americans as a cesspool of bigotry and antisemitism.'

JTA notes:

The Republican Jewish Coalition has spoken out against candidates who embrace extremist views in the past, such as when Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Paul Gosar spoke at a conference of white nationalists in February.


The coalition joins a broad array of groups and individuals denouncing Mastriano, who won the Republican primary in May after receiving support from Democrats who believed he would be easier to defeat than his more moderate rival. He is still seen as a long shot in November’s election but has been climbing in the polls against Josh Shapiro, the Jewish Democrat who is currently Pennsylvania’s attorney general.

100 Days to Election Day!

This Sunday will mark 100 days to Election Day. It’s crunch-time and your support for Republican candidates around the country is crucial. Republicans need to protect their current seats and flip only a few more to regain majorities in the Senate and House. The RJC PAC is endorsing outstanding GOP incumbents and challengers whose victories are vital to getting our country back on track.

Here's how you can help:

  • See the RJC PAC endorsements and support those candidates here.

  • As an RJC member, you can donate to the RJC PAC, which will direct your support to the candidates who need it most.

  • Volunteer this Sunday with the RJC Victory Team! Click here to sign up.


It is CRITICAL that Republicans win majorities in the House and Senate in 2022 - and you can help!

Donations to the RJC PAC go to top GOP candidates in competitive, winnable races that will make a difference for the GOP's efforts to retake the Senate and House.



Lisa Murkowski (AK) Katie Boyd Britt (AL)
Joe O'Dea (CO) Tiffany Smiley (WA)

Marc Molinaro (NY-19 Special Election on 8/23/22)

Matt Jacobs (CA-26) Mark Robertson (NV-01)
Scott Baugh (CA-47) April Becker (NV-03)
Brian Maryott (CA-49) Rep. Steve Chabot (OH-01)
Zach Nunn (IA-03) Madison Gilbert (OH-13)
Bruce Poliquin (ME-02) Jim Bognet (PA-08)
Tyler Kistner (MN-02) Jeremy Shaffer (PA-17)
Tom Kean Jr. (NJ-07) Jen Kiggans (VA-02)

with more to come!

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RJC Victory Team volunteers knocked on doors in Pennsylvania in 2016.

RJC is Hiring Field Reps!

Do you know a talented, hard-working individual searching for a job in Jewish Republican politics? Then look no further - the RJC is hiring NOW!

We are actively reviewing resumes on a rolling basis for RJC Field Representatives in key battleground states like Georgia and Pennsylvania. Field Representatives work directly with the Political Director and RJC Victory Team volunteers to identify, persuade, and turn out Jewish voters to support Republican candidates up and down the ballot this November – work that is absolutely critical to winning back the US Senate and House of Representatives.

Click here for details and information on applying.

Short Takes

House rating changes: more movement toward Republicans

The analysts at Sabato's Crystal Ball have changed their ratings on ten House races, nine of them to the benefit Republicans.

UN Official Investigating Israel: ‘Jewish Lobby’ Controls Social Media

Miloon Kothari, a United Nations human-rights investigator who is one of three members of the “UN Commission of Inquiry on the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, and in Israel,” showed his bias against Israel in an interview with Mondoweiss, an anti-Israel blog. Kothari said that a Jewish lobby controls social media, that "apartheid" isn't a strong enough word for what Israel does, and that Israel should not be a member of the United Nations.

In northern West Bank, gunmen, not PA, call the shots

Khaled Abu Toameh writes: "The Palestinian Authority is rapidly losing control of the northern West Bank, where hundreds of gunmen belonging to the ruling Fatah faction and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) have increased their presence and activities in recent months.


"… The presence of the gunmen on the streets in the Nablus and Jenin areas underscores the weakness of the PA, whose leaders are aware that there’s little they can do to disarm the armed groups and individuals.


“"The Palestinian public, meanwhile, continues to view the gunmen as “heroes” who are ready to sacrifice their lives for the sake of the Palestinian people and the Palestinian cause. They are regarded as the defenders of the people, while the PA leaders and security forces are denounced as corrupt “traitors” and “collaborators” with Israel."






PA: Pro-Israel Event with Dr. Oz
Save the date for a special event in Philadelphia (Main Line) with Dr. Mehmet Oz, GOP nominee for Senate in Pennsylvania.





GA: Event with Herschel Walker
Join us for a great event featuring GOP Senate nominee Herschel Walker and other candidates for office.





MN: Candidate Forum
We are proud to feature statewide and congressional GOP candidates at this exciting in-person event!





RJC Annual Leadership Meeting
OUR MOST EXCITING EVENT OF THE YEAR IS BACK! Enjoy a weekend of politics and policy with fellow Jewish Republicans and top GOP elected officials, policy makers, and pundits. Registration is now open!



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