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Candidates' Support for Israel Reassures Florida's Jewish Votersi
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Brian Padden
October 23, 2012 3:25 PM
U.S. President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney debated U.S. foreign policy late Monday in Florida. The presidential race is so close, that one issue, or one voting block could decide the upcoming election. VOA's Brian Padden is in Florida and talked to Jewish-American and Muslim-American voters about what they heard from the candidates on U.S. foreign policy, and particularly on U.S. support for Israel and how it would affect their votes.

Candidates' Support for Israel Reassures Florida's Jewish Voters

Brian Padden

Published October 23, 2012

U.S. President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney debated U.S. foreign policy late Monday in Florida. The presidential race is so close, that one issue, or one voting block could decide the upcoming election. VOA's Brian Padden is in Florida and talked to Jewish-American and Muslim-American voters about what they heard from the candidates on U.S. foreign policy, and particularly on U.S. support for Israel and how it would affect their votes.


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