Where do the top candidates stand on antisemitism, Israel in 2020?

Where do the top candidates stand on issues that matter to Jewish voters in 2020?

Clockwise from top left: Joe Biden, Michael Bloomberg, Elizabeth Warren, Julián Castro, Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, President Trump, Cory Booker, Amy Klobuchar, and Andrew Yang arevying to become president in 2020. (photo credit: JTA/GETTY IMAGES; DESIGN BY GRACE YAGEL)
Clockwise from top left: Joe Biden, Michael Bloomberg, Elizabeth Warren, Julián Castro, Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, President Trump, Cory Booker, Amy Klobuchar, and Andrew Yang arevying to become president in 2020.
(photo credit: JTA/GETTY IMAGES; DESIGN BY GRACE YAGEL)
This election cycle has involved a record amount of serious candidates and issues of historical significance.
We’ve compiled a guide to where the election’s top candidates — President Donald Trump, and the nine Democrats left with the highest chances of winning the nomination — fall on a range of issues that matter to Jewish voters, from the rise in antisemitism unfolding across the country to Israel policy.
Click on each name below to delve into our Jewish 2020 candidates guide.