Yesterday, NJDC hosted a Jewish Vote seminar that included Richard Baehr, chief political correspondent for the American Thinker, Anna Greenberg, Senior Vice President of Greenberg Quinland Rosner Research, Mark Mellman, CEO of The Mellman Group, and Stu Rothenberg, editor and publisher of The Rothenberg Political Report.
It was a lively and substantive discussion that was a thorough look at the Jewish vote this year. Eric Fingerhut from the JTA give a good run down of the seminar. Click here to read his post titled, "Is it really all about McCain in the Jewish community?"
Countrycat reported from the event in her post on Left in Alabama and the Daily Kos. From our panel she found that the seminar, "was a wide-ranging discussion whose implications for the 2008 election went far beyond the concerns of the Jewish community."
For more of Countrycat's observations please click here.
With over 150 attendees the crowd included Jewish Democratic veterans and people exploring the details of the Jewish vote for the first time. Everyone was able to walk away with something.