We're one year away from the 2020 election, and the campaign has already had a significant impact on American Jews—and vice versa.
Israel is proving to be a divisive issue between Republicans and Democrats—and within both parties. Officials in each party are accusing the other not just of being wrong, but of being anti‑Semitic. There's a chance that the Democratic candidate will be the first-ever Jewish nominee of a major party. And while most Jews will likely still vote Democrat, most of the Orthodox community could vote Republican.
Join Ben Sales, a senior correspondent for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, for a talk about where the fault lines are for the Jewish community in 2020, what's motivating the candidates to take the positions they hold on Jewish issues, what the data show, and what it all means for Jewish life in America.