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“If you want to be a conservative candidate, you have to check that pro-Israel box,” he said.
Some GOP insiders also said that Jewish Republicans make up a significant portion of the party’s financial base, and one way for candidates to become more attractive to such donors is to shore up their pro-Israel bona fides. But right now, said Republican Jewish activist and fund-raiser Fred Zeidman, people are thinking much more about the 2010 races than they are about 2012 presidential hopefuls.
This is consonant with every other mainstream source I have seen about Jewish political donations to the Republican Party. It is just not credible to believe that wealthy Jews are 0.144%, 0.234%, or 0.324% of itemized contributors to the two major parties.