As expected, the new U.S. Congress will have more Jewish members than ever before.
After seeing a record number elected to Congress in 2006, the Jewish community sent an additional two politicians to the Capitol Building. The number in the Senate remains at 13 while the House’s Yiddishkayt will grow by two when the new Congress is sworn in.
JTA does the roll call.
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