"Very few of these are competitive races," said Morris Amitay, a long-time pro-Israel leader who closely tracks congressional races. "There are no real grabbers -- and almost no races in which Israel is an issue."[Martin Frost] is getting significant support from the Dallas-area Jewish community and from Jewish contributors nationwide -- which may have been a factor in a [Pete Sessions] press release claiming that Frost "runs to Chicago, Hollywood, and New York City to raise campaign funds he can't find in Texas.""The Bush factor and the Republican tilt of the district make this a tough one," said a leading Jewish Democrat. "But if anybody can pull it off, Martin can. He's running the campaign of his life."
Jewish Senators Poised for Re-Election
But congressman Frost fights for his political lifeWASHINGTON, D.C. -- With control of the Senate hanging in the balance, 34 seats are up for grabs on November 2.And while a few races feature intense campaigns with too-close-to-call outcomes, most resemble the reelection effort of Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY), who is so far in front of his Republican opponent, Republican State Assemblyman Howard Mills, that he is dipping into his campaign war chest to help o...