The U.S.-Israel Relationship is more important than ever.
What will you do to show your support?
Promoting and supporting the election of pro-Israel candidates to federal office, regardless of party;
Educating voters about pro-Israel candidates and their Congressional races;
Creating a simple, accessible, online portal for our members to make pro-Israel campaign contributions.
America’s relationship with Israel is good for America and good for Israel. This alliance is historic and valuable, and American citizens have every right – I’d say they have a duty – to let their support for the U.S.–Israel relationship be known. Pro-Israel America is a great way for pro-Israel Americans to get involved politically.
Americans from all walks of life support our mutual bonds with Israel. As a lifelong advocate for a close U.S. – Israel relationship, I welcome Pro-Israel America’s efforts to strengthen and deepen congressional support on both sides of the aisle for America’s alliance with the Jewish state. I look forward to our working together.
Americans across the country support our close ties with Israel, one of our most important allies. Pro-Israel America will help ensure our alliance stays vibrant by providing tools online that enable more people to learn about pro-Israel candidates and show their support.
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