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August 28, 2012 1:49 pm

Republican Convention Offers Chance to Increase Jewish Vote

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Mitt Romney (left) and Paul Ryan at a campaign rally in Manassas, VA, on Aug. 12. Photo: Monkeyz_uncle/Wikimedia Commons.

Forward – Tropical storm Isaac did little to dampen the spirits of Republicans gathered for their nominating convention in Florida, and once the skies cleared and gusty winds died down, politicking was back in full force.

The three-day truncated convention, opening Tuesday in Tampa, has been described by commentators as Mitt Romney’s chance to reinvent himself by presenting a more likeable face to the American people. For Jewish Republicans, it is an opportunity to drive home a couple of messages they believe can help Romney win over a bigger slice of the Jewish electorate. There are also a series of Jewish-related events, from Rabbi Meir Soloveichik delivering the opening night invocation, to behind the scenes appearance by top donor Sheldon Adelson.

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