Poll of the WEEK

Is the organized Jewish community doing a sufficient job of empowering pro-Israel students on campus?

Did the president betray the immigrant community and their allies or did he make long-term reform more possible by delaying until after the November elections executive action on immigration policy?

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Is the recent Israeli claim of 1,000 acres of land near the Gush Etzion block of settlements in the West Bank …

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Would you patronize a business that, in an effort to reduce its corporate tax burden, relocated its headquarters to outside the United States?

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Should the U.S. government provide civilian police with military-style weapons?

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The JT wants to know: Are childhood vaccinations a matter of parental prerogative or public health necessity?

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The JT wants to know: How would you rate media coverage of Israel’s latest conflict in the Gaza Strip?

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The JT wants to know: Are U.S. efforts to broker a ceasefire between Hamas and Israel …

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Who bears the most responsibility for the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17?

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The most recent report from the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change uses some of the strongest language yet affirming manmade global warming. An update is due in October. Is the international body’s posture a necessary call to action or a bunch of hot air?

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How should the United States deal with the tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors who have flocked across its southern border the past few months?

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The JT wants to know: Do the Palestinians pose a true partner to peace so long as Hamas remains a part of their government?

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The JT wants to know: How should Jewish/Presbyterian dialogue proceed after the PCUSA’s recent divestment vote?

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Should the U.S. increase its troop commitment in Iraq beyond protecting the embassy in Baghdad?

Who will you be voting for in Maryland’s gubernatorial primaries?

  • Anthony Brown (D) (17%, 53 Votes)
  • Doug Gansler (D) (35%, 108 Votes)
  • Heather Mizeur (D) (19%, 59 Votes)
  • Ralph Jaffe (D) (1%, 3 Votes)
  • Cindy Walsh (D) (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Charles U. Smith (D) (0%, 0 Votes)
  • David Craig (R) (19%, 59 Votes)
  • Ron George (R) (1%, 2 Votes)
  • Larry Hogan (R) (8%, 26 Votes)
  • Charles Lollar (R) (1%, 4 Votes)

Total Voters: 312

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  1. Kimberly Letke

    The Christian need to understand if the Jewish community fall. The Christians will no longer have access or the freedom of religion.

    You really need to contact all the Christian groups and ask for help to save Israel.
    ASk the Pope to stand up for Israel.

  2. Kimberly Letke

    Isreal needs to stop giving up land.
    The Christians groups need to start standing up for Isreal . THey are il informed regarding the threat on Isreal.

    As the Jewish community stays Silent , the world really does not know how bad it really is for Isreal. THe Cristian world must know if the Jews loose Isreal They also loose …

  3. Judy Chernak

    I might vote for Mizeur except that I don’t think she has a chance of winning (perhaps next time) and I’d rather put my vote in Gansler’s column so that we won’t end up with Brown. I think she will do creditably, good for her future, but right now I’m afraid it’s a wasted vote and the incumbent will prevail. Don’t want that.

  4. Roni Berkowitz

    Heather Mizeur is the only candidate with a well thought-out approach to Maryland’s issues. After hearing her first on the Dan Rodericks’ noon-time show and then at a rally in Ellicott City, my husband and I were so impressed by her thoughtfulness and intelligence. Maryland is a great state for many of us– Heather Mizeur aims to make it a great state for all of us!

  5. Sam

    Doug Gansler has the right experience and best person to run this State. His vision can help pull Maryland out of the depths that it has fallen fiscally and morale-wise.

    A vote for Mizeur is a vote for Brown!!! Do NOT vote for Mizeur!

  6. Al Mendelsohn

    David Craig’s administrative experience, his solid position on being pro-business and his opposition to “common core” make him my choice for Governor.

  7. Dick Goldman

    All of the Democratic candidates are qualified and experienced, but only Mizeur has articulated a vision that transcends “politics as usual”. She has run a campaign without funding from any special interests or groups and will facilitate Maryland becoming a progressive model for the entire Country.

  8. Sig Seidenman

    Both Brown and Gansler have given me reasons not to vote for them. Just the opposite with Mizeur. Its unfortunate that the establishment does not see the light.

  9. Mark Hotz

    While I do not really think there is all that much difference between the positions of Brown and Ganzler, I watched their respective TV ads and got a feel for each of them. Brown volunteered for ROTC and rose to the rank of full bird colonel, no easy task. He also adopted an orphaned boy who was not a baby. This is no easy task either. Gansler decided to tout that he protected Marylanders by prosecuting the Beltway snipers (as if ANY attorney general wouldn’t have?). His attack ads on Brown blaming him 100% for the health care website mess and then pointing out that Brown didn’t support Obama at first are lame. That Brown didn’t support Obama at first is a plus for him.