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Georgia Could Be a Big Win for American Jews – and a Big Loss for Netanyahu

The projected Democratic win in Georgia will usher in a new reality for Democrats, Republicans and American Jews of all stripes. But there's one Jewish politician who will likely be very disappointed with the results

Amir Tibon
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The votes in Georgia are still being counted, but as of Wednesday morning, the bottom line seems clear: In a surprising turn of events, Democrats are heavily favored to win back control of the Senate, on the back of two narrow victories in a state that, just a few years ago, was considered ruby-red Republican.

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