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Meg or Jerry?

November 1, 2010 | 9:52 am

Read our coverage of the upcoming election, starting with the Op/Eds on the gubernatorial race.  Coverage continues with Prop. 19 and the rest of ballot initiatives.

Startup Governor: Meg Whitman

by Zvi Alon and Dan Senor

If Meg Whitman is elected governor of California, hers could become a crucial bully pulpit for the future of the U.S.-Israel relationship. She is running to lead a state that — more than any other in our nation — is the central battleground in the effort to delegitimize Israel. And she is uniquely equipped to take on this anti-Israel campaign. More.

Why I support Jerry Brown for governor

by Mel Levine

For California’s Jewish voters, the gubernatorial contest represents a clear choice between a candidate, Jerry Brown, who has a proven track record of support for Israel and a robust commitment to the progressive Jewish values of tikkun olam, and his opponent, Meg Whitman, who has a thin public record that tells little about her views toward Israel or her commitment to the ethical values of tikkun olam.  More.

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