(JTA) — Wednesday night marked the deadline to qualify for the next Democratic presidential debate, and several hopefuls didn’t make the cut. The only remaining Jewish candidate is Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Author Marianne Williamson, who has cited Torah on the campaign trail and become a hit on social media, failed to hit either of the requirements — polling at the minimum 2 percent of the vote and securing 130,000 unique donors.
Sen. Michael Bennet, who was born to a Holocaust survivor mother but does not identify as Jewish, also failed to qualify.
Read more on some of the remaining candidates here.