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June 10, 1988 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-10

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Jewish Senators

Continued from Page 6

of any potential Republican
challenger."
One of Metzenbaum's pro-
blems is that Voinovich may
win Metzenbaum's tradi-
tional urban base of support
in Cleveland, analysts said.
Vice President George Bush
received $5,000 from Na-
tional PAC, which led the 17
PACs with $377,500 in cam-
paign contributions through
March 31. Massachusetts
Gov. Michael Dukakis, the
likely Democratic nominee,
does not accept PAC money.
Gersten said Lautenberg
"is in deep trouble." The
Republican challenger, Brig.
Gen. Pete Dawkins, a former
Heisman Trophy winner and
Rhodes Scholar, "has made
remarkable progress not only
in New Jersey but in the
Jewish community in New
Jersey and around the coun-
try," Gersten said.
Neither Dawkins nor
Voinovich nor Dawkins
received any money from the
17 PACs.

Amitay predicted that the
race "could be extremely
tough" for Lautenberg.
Another analyst said that
New Jersey has been voting
Republican in recent presi-
dential elections, which could
help Dawkins.
In other races, Sen. David
Durenberger (R-Minn.), who
is being opposed by Hubert
"Skip" Humphrey III, a
Democrat, has a "healthy
lead," Gersten said.
Durenberger received
$59,000 from 10 pro-Israel
PACs, while Humphrey
received a mere $1,500 from
the National Bipartisan PAC.
Despite its name, that PAC
gave all of its $13,500 in con-
tributions to Democratic
candidates.
In Rhode Island, Lt. Gov.
Richard Licht, a Democrat
who is a veteran fund-raiser
for the United Jewish Appeal,
has received $84,500 from 14
of the PACs, more than any
other candidate. He is trying
to unseat Sen. John Chafee
(R-R.I.), who did not receive
any money from the PACs.
Gersten said pro-Israel
PACs are making a "mistake"
in providing massive support
to Licht against Chafee, even
though Chafee's 1982 re-
election victory was the
closest that year in which a
challenger lost to an incum-
bent.
He said targeting Chafee to
that degree would only make
sense if he was an "avowed op-
ponent" of Israel. Chafee is a
former secretary of the navy.
Amitay said that Chafee's
visit to Israel earlier this year
"reinforced (the senator's)
negative image in the pro-
Israel community."

Gersten predicted that
"Chafee's going to be re-
elected" and said the coali-
tion is introducing him to key
Jewish leaders and giving
him access to the group's
leadership.
Another analyst defended
pro-Israel PAC support of
Licht, saying Chafee has a
poor record, that he has been
okay on foreign aid and poor
on arms sales. He did note
that Licht has raised more
money than Chafee, which he
said is a strong indicator of
ability to win.
In California, Republican
Sen. Pete Wilson is "running
hard to get Jewish votes" in
his race against Lt. Gov. Leo
McCarthy, a Democrat, Ger-
sten said.
Wilson had received
$25,800 from seven pro-Israel
PACs through March 31,
while McCarthy's campaign
had not received any funding.
McCarthy did receive $6,000
from the Multi-Issue PAC,
which was formed as a reac-
tion to the single-issue pro-
Israel PACs.
Of the $49,000 awarded by
Multi-Issue PAC through
March 31, only $1,000 went
to a Republican candidate —
Sen. Lowell Weicker (R-
Conn.). By comparison,
Republicans received close to
30 percent of the contribu-
tions made by the pro-Israel
PACs.
Although Weicker is being
challenged by the state's
Jewish attorney general
Joseph Lieberman, a Demo-
crat, the PACs are sticking
with Weicker, having given
him $60,000 through March
31.
In Nebraska, Gov. Bob Ker-
rey, a Democrat, will
challenge Republican Sen.
David Karnes, who was ap-
pointed to complete the term
of Democratic Sen. Edward
Zorinsky, a Jew, who died in
1987. Washington PAC
awarded Kerrey $5,000 for
the general election, while
National PAC gave Karnes
$5,000 for the Republican
primary, which he won.
Richard Altman, executive
director of National PAC, said
it has not yet decided whether
to stick with Karnes in the
general election.
Other incumbents who
have received large sums
from the 17 pro-Israel PACs
are: Sens. Jeff Bingaman (D-
N.M), $70,500; James Sasser
(D-Tenn.), $49,000; and
George Mitchell (D-Maine),
$46,500, none of whom is fac-
ing a tough re-election cam-
paign. One analyst defended
such support as valuable
because the PACs are "giving
to a winner."

Jewish Telegraphic Agency

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