The Jewish Guide to the 2016 Presidential Candidates Ahead of the Iowa Caucuses

A look at the leading candidates – their Jewish friends, family, advisers and donors, their stances on Israel and their Jewish-related controversies.

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From left, presidential candidates Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders.
From left, presidential candidates Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders.Credit: Getty Images / JTA Photo Archive
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Presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks while Sen. Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina and Sen. Ted Cruz look on during the CNBC Republican Presidential Debate, October 28, 2015.Credit: AFP
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders at the Democratic debate on Sunday, Jan. 17, 2016.Credit: AP



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