AJC Launches the First “Jewish Guide to U.S. Politics”

NEW YORK – The American Jewish Congress has launched a one-of-a-kind Jewish Guide to U.S. Politics (www.jewishpoliticalguide.com) – a platform which summarizes the positions and voting records of the 2020 Presidential candidates and all U.S. Senators, on relevant facts that American Jews and pro-Israel voters should know about. The guide will continuously update as events unfold in the runup to the 2020 elections. 

“The Jewish Guide to U.S. Politics is all about civic engagement and education. We are at a point in our history where maximum information can make maximum impact on the way we vote – as individuals, and as members of the Jewish community. We are also letting our politicians know we are paying attention to what they do, what they say, and how they vote on the issues that are most pressing to us today.”

— American Jewish Congress President, Jack Rosen

The Jewish Guide to U.S. Politics allows voters to examine voting records, executive actions, and public statements made by Senators, House Members, and presidential candidates – Republican and Democrat – on issues important to members of the American Jewish community and its allies. 

Founded in 1918, the American Jewish Congress has actively worked to advance the rights of not only Jewish Americans, but of all minority groups in the United States through civic engagement and discourse. 

The American Jewish Congress is one of the most active and influential Jewish advocacy organizations in the country. With that said, the Jewish Guide to U.S. Politics does not offer endorsements for any candidate. 

College Career Consulting

About Staff

They call me "NewsHound IV," because I'm a clever Finnegan, sniffing out stories all over the Boulder area. I love Jewish holidays because the food is GREAT, especially the brisket. Well all the food. I was a rescue pup and glad to be on the scent!

Check Also

Boulder JCC Updates Us for Summer

Summer is officially here and our campus is beginning to buzz. And not just bees.

With Gratitude to Rav Bracha

Rabbi Sarah Bracha Gershuny, also known as Rav Bracha, was engaged as the full time Rabbi at Congregation Nevei Kodesh on October 1, 2014 and resigned her position effective June 30, 2020.