Democrats Abroad Israel are ramping up their get-out-the-vote activities on the Israeli street, hoping every vote counts in the effort to take back the House. Republicans are missing from the scene, and say they won't 'reveal their original methods'
Midterms 2018: News & Analysis
The new advertisement by the National Republican Congressional Committee shows Democratic candidate Dan Feehan next to stacks of dollars and an image of Jewish-Hungarian philanthropist George Soros
'You know what? We honestly don’t care if Ted Cruz wants to insult us. If anything, being attacked by Ted Cruz is a badge of honor'
Meet the Nazi, white supremacist and conspiracy theory-spouting candidates running for the Republican Party in November’s elections
We know where bigoted, autocratic, indecent and parochial views like those of Donald Trump lead. U.S. Jews should be praying for every Democratic candidate canvasser to succeed: the American Jewish future depends on it
Shapiro, 34, who practices Orthodox Judiasm, has been an influential voice on the American right during this election season warns Republicans that if they lose they should expect an 'all-out assault' on their values
While GOP is banking on their base being energized by Kavanaugh, Democrats eye women: Midterms now looking more and more like a ‘national’ election, experts say
Chuck Schumer, the New York senator and minority leader, told Jewish Insider: 'Senate Democrats are very strongly pro-Israel and will remain that way'
Right-wingers claim that Netanyahu's attacks on the Jewish billionaire philanthropist imply they cannot be anti-Semitic, but as the elections draw closer, the language becomes less ambiguous
Republican Rep. Martha McSally accused her Democratic opponent, Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, of supporting 'treason,' Monday night, citing a 15-year-old radio interview
Even Trump’s decision to move the American embassy to Jerusalem was viewed negatively by U.S. Jews, new poll claims
Virginia Republican Party in an ad accused Democratic House candidate Leslie Cockburn of hating Israel and America
Sheldon Adelson, a major giver to Jewish and pro-Israel causes, was among the biggest givers to President Donald Trump’s campaign and his inauguration
GOP operatives connected to several vulnerable candidates complain that the committee responsible for electing House Republicans has failed to deliver on its promise to invest $62 million in political advertising
Host of HBO’s political satire program 'Real Time' held little back in condemning the progressive culture of 'political correctness'
Fox claimed, 'Antifa strikes again - swords and vandalism at New York GOP office,' suggesting the violence came from the left, despite the fact that Proud Boy's founder Gavin McInnes appeared with the sword
The legislation, which would create an annual $100-million fund to support economic projects in the Palestinian Authority, may fit into Trump's upcoming peace plan
The Coalition of Jewish Values emerged in early 2017, giving a voice to the Orthodox right in America for the first time. The group claims to represent over 1,000 rabbis, but liberal skeptics suggest that figure is much closer to six
U.S. Midterms 2018: 41 Jewish Democrats Running Are Divided on Israel, While the 15 Republicans Can't Agree on Trump
Of the five Jewish candidates for the U.S. Senate, the fate of the chamber likely hinges on Nevada - where a former synagogue president is in a fierce battle
The former Reform synagogue president is bidding to be the third Jewish woman to serve in the Senate, as incumbent Dean Heller seemingly pays price for calling Kavanaugh allegations a ‘hiccup’
With a ‘blue wave’ possible in November – including candidates more sympathetic to the Palestinian cause like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez – Israel could find itself suffering for its Trump messiah complex, analysts say
Bret Stephens and Bari Weiss ask 'why is Israel scared of this young American?' and challenge Israel to invite BDS supporters to visit ■ The Union for Reform Judaism calls for Lara Alqasem's 'immediate release'
Five-term Republican Congressman Duncan Hunter released an ad accusing his Democratic rival of trying 'to hide his family's ties to terrorism'
Sanders' packed October schedule marks the Vermont independent’s most extensive stretch of campaigning since the 2016 presidential race
This Jewish Community in the 'Ultimate Swing State' Will Play a Crucial Role in Deciding Who Controls the Senate
Comprising about 5 percent of the electorate in Florida, Jewish voters are being coveted by both Senate candidates. While the Democrats hope to retain their support, the GOP is confident of landing votes by playing the Israel card. The first in a series of articles on the Jewish vote in the 2018 midterms
Sanders did not mention the incident on either of his two verified Twitter accounts
She competed for the seat formerly occupied by Rep. Keith Ellison, who left to run for state attorney general, and won for that job in Tuesday's primaries
The billionaire's contribution comes as Republicans, who currently hold a 51-49 majority in the upper chamber, grow more concerned that Democrats pose a threat of taking control of the Senate
Is Rashida Tlaib, a Candidate Who Believes in a One-state Solution, the Future of the Democratic Party?
'This is the Democrat (sic) party,' the Republican Jewish Coalition tweeted, attached to a story about Rashida Tlaib’s view on military aid
Left-wing lobby group states it 'will not endorse candidates who don't endorse the two-state solution' after the Palestinian-American congressional nominee walked back on statements she made prior to winning the primary
Nine candidates running in the midterm elections have ties to white nationalists or Nazi groups, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. Here's who you should know
Relatives of Rashida Tlaib, set to be one of the first Muslim women in the U.S. Congress, live in village of Beir Ur al-Fauqa
The contacts between Rick Gates, Trump’s deputy campaign manager in 2016, and Psy-Group, are being examined by the special counsel, NYT reports
Despite her campaign being mired in controversy over her Jewish roots, the Democratic socialist went on to defeat 16-year incumbent Sen. Martin Dilan
Brooklyn candidate says her Jewishness is based largely on family lore, while ex-friend says she admitted she couldn’t go on Birthright trip because she wasn’t Jewish