Democratic Jewish Outreach Pennsylvania (DJOP) today called the attacks and votes against Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson for the U.S. Supreme Court “shameful and a disgrace to every Republican Senator who participated in the hypocritical and clearly political attempt to block her appointment to the Court.”
Democratic Jewish Outreach Pennsylvania (DJOP) today announced its endorsement of Ashley Ehasz for the U.S. House of Representatives in the state’s 1st Congressional district, which covers Bucks County and a small portion of Montgomery County.
Democratic Jewish Outreach Pennsylvania (DJOP) today asked U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick why he and his Republican House of Representatives refused to participate in a moment of silence to mark the January 6, 2021 attack on our nation’s Capital.
(Wednesday, Nov. 3) – The board members of Democratic Jewish Outreach PA (DJOP) today urged Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate and House members to vote for passage of the Biden Administration’s Build Back Better Plan.
Prepared by: Martin J. Raffel, DJOP board member and former senior vice president at the Jewish Council for Public Affairs In a nutshell: * Michael Che’s joke on SNL about only vaccinating its Jewish population was neither fact based, nor funny. Was it antisemitic?