Where the top 2020 presidential candidates stand on anti-Semitism, Israel and other Jewish issues

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(JTA) — 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 anti-Semitism unfolding across the country to Israel policy.

Click on each name below to delve into our Jewish 2020 candidates guide.

President Donald Trump

President Trump is fighting to keep his job 2020. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images; design by Grace Yagel)

Joe Biden

Former Senator and Vice President Joe Biden is a leading candidate to become the Democratic presidential nominee in 2020. (Preston Ehrler/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images; design by Grace Yagel)

Click here to read Joe Biden’s exclusive op-ed on anti-Semitism, Israel and his Jewish experiences written for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. 

Elizabeth Warren

Elizabeth Warren is one of the frontrunners to be the Democratic nominee. (Zach Gibson/Getty Images; design by Grace Yagel)

Bernie Sanders

Bernie Sanders is vying to become the nation’s first Jewish president. (David Becker/Getty Images; design by Grace Yagel)

Pete Buttigieg

Mayor Pete Buttigieg is the youngest of the remaining Democratic presidential candidates, without a long record on Jewish issues. (Scott Olson/Getty Images; design by Grace Yagel)

Click here to read Pete Buttigieg’s exclusive op-ed on anti-Semitism, Israel and his Jewish experiences written for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. 

Amy Klobuchar

Amy Klobuchar is popular with the Minnesota Jewish community. (Mario Tama/Getty Images; design by Grace Yagel)

Michael Bloomberg

Michael Bloomberg looks to make a late impact on the race. (Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images; design by Grace Yagel)

Andrew Yang

Andrew Yang has strong opinions on circumcision. (Win McNamee/Getty Images; design by Grace Yagel)

 

Gone But Not Forgotten

 

Below are the candidates we profiled who have since dropped out of the 2020 race.

Julian Castro

On Jan. 2, 2020, Julian Castro announced that he is withdrawing from the 2020 presidential race.

Julián Castro took a memorable trip to Israel in 2011. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images; design by Grace Yagel)

Corey Booker

On Jan. 13, 2020, Corey Booker announced that he is withdrawing from the 2020 presidential race.

Cory Booker keeps a Hebrew bible on his desk. (Frazer Harrison/Getty Images; design by Grace Yagel)

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