JStreetPAC Scores Big in 2012 Election

November 7th, 2012

JStreetPAC emerged from the 2012 election as the nation's largest pro-Israel PAC and with 50 percent more endorsed Members of the House and Senate than last cycle. Read More...

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J Street Demands Apology from Tommy Thompson

October 15th, 2012

Governor Thompson’s desperate charge that Congresswoman Baldwin is somehow anti-Jewish or anti-Israel clearly crosses the line. His ignorance of the facts, and of the Jewish community’s sensitivity to the legacy of anti-Semitism is upsetting and unbecoming of someone aspiring to become a senator. Read More...

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APN, J Street, NIF respond to Bret Stephens' characterization of President Obama on Israel

March 7th, 2012

Americans for Peace Now, J Street and the New Israel Fund today issued their first-ever joint statement condemning the unseemly attack on President Obama by the Wall Street Journal’s Bret Stephens. Stephens focuses on the President's association with our organizations and some of our key supporters. This is simply the latest in a litany of partisan attacks on the President for standing for and with the values that are actually at the very heart of the Jewish community. Read More...

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Making Sense of the Jewish Vote: New Poll Analysis

March 2nd, 2012

Leading pollster Jim Gerstein, who conducted J Street’s polls of the Jewish community in July 2011, released a memo Friday that concludes there is no danger of President Obama losing a major share of the Jewish vote in 2012. Read More...

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J Street Responds to Santorum’s Comments on West Bank

January 6th, 2012

WASHINGTON—In response to Senator Rick Santorum’s comments regarding the status of the West Bank, J Street President Jeremy Ben-Ami issued the following statement. “The majority of American Jews and Israelis support a two-state solution because it is the only way to ensure that Israel will not have to choose between remaining a democracy or Jewish homeland. Whether by force of ignorance or recklessness, Rick Santorum seems willing to forsake both principles to burnish his ‘pro-Israel’ credentials. Read More...

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