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November 14, 1986 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-14

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Warren Rudman of New
Hampshire and Arlen Specter
of Pennsylvania, won their
contests, although three
Jewish candidates seeking
first terms in the Senate were
defeated: Democrat Harriett
Woods in Missouri who lost
to former Governor Kit Bond;
Democrat Mark Green in
New York who lost in to
popular incumbent Alfonse
D'Amato; and Republican
Ken Kramer in Colorado who
lost in a very close race to
Tim Worth.
Bond, D'Amato and Worth
are very supportive of Israel
and, in fact, many Jews in
their respective states voted
for them. A total of eight
Jews will remain in the
Senate — four Republicans
and four Democrats.
In the House, there will be
about 30 Jews, roughly the
same number as in the last
session. All of Israel's best
friends there were also re-
elected.
Because the Democrats
have regained control of the
Senate, they will again head
— after a six year lapse — the
key committees.
The new chairman of the
Foreign Relations panel is ex-
pected to be Claiborne Pell of
Rhode Island, replacing
Republican Richard Lugar of
Indiana. Returning to head
the Appropriations Subcom-
mittee on Foreign Operations
will be Inouye of Hawaii, suc-
ceeding Kasten.
All four of these senators
are seen as very pro-Israeli.
Their respective panels are
charged with approving the
various economic and mil-
itary aid packages for Israel.
The new Majority Leader
almost certainly will be
Robert Byrd of West Virginia,
replacing Bob Dole of Kan-
sas. Byrd, in recent years, has
been very pro -Israeli.

Cranston is expected to
become Majority Whip.
Among those pro-Israeli
senators who were re-elected
were Republican Dole, Bob
Packwood of Oregon, and
Frank Murkowski of Alaska,
as well as Democrats Chris-
topher Dodd of Connecticut,
Dale Bumpers of Arkansas,
Alan Dixon of Illinois, John
Glenn of Ohio, and Ernest
Hollings of South Carolina.
In Idaho, Republican Steve
Symms narrowly defeated his
Democratic challenger John
Evans in a race that saw
many pro-Israeli political ac-
tion committees (PACs ) pro-
vide funds for Evans.
New Democratic senators
will be former Governor Bob
Graham of Florida, who
defeated incumbent Paula
Hawkins in a close race;
Wyche Fowler of Georgia who
beat incumbent Mack Mat-
tingly; John Breaux of Louis-
iana who beat Henson Moore,
a former Republican Repre-
senative; Harry Reid of
Nevada who beat Jim Santini
for the seat vacated by
Republican Paul Laxalt; 'ferry
Sanford of North Carolina
who defeated Congressman
James Broyhill; Kent Conrad
of North Dakota who de-
feated incumbent Mark An-
drews; Ibm Daschle of South
Dakota who beat incumbant
Jim Abdnor; and Brock
Adams of Washington State
who beat incumbent Slade
Gorton.
The Reagan Administra-
tion has already demon-
strated a very real apprecia-
tion of Israel as a friend and
ally. The most important
Democratic and Republican
members of the Senate and
House are inclined to support
Israel as well. Now, Israel has
a unique opportunity either
to squander or to take advan-
tage of this new situation in
Washington.

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