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Jewish Voters Assess Palin

The Jewish Journal, Posted: Sep 03, 2008

LOS ANGELES - Republican presidential candidate John McCain's choice of a running mate does not bring certain advantage among Jewish voters, writes The Jewish Journal. Alaska Governor Sarah Palin scores well as a smart, successful, patriotic American. She is a fiscal conservative and has worked well with her community and in particular, with Alaska's Jewish community. She backs moves to make the United States less dependent on foreign oil. But she is anti-abortion and Jewish voters are overwhelmingly pro-choice. For the Jewish voters who consider their single vote important in preventing another Holocaust, Palin presents problems.



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