Race between Richard Neal and progressive Alex Morse reflected divide between centrist and left-wing Democrats, including on Israel policy
Alexander Griffing is a senior editor and the manager of social media at Haaretz English edition. He has a master's degree from Tel Aviv University in political science.
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