Republicans seek Trump presidency votes in Israel

Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump attends a campaign rally at Blair County Convention Center in Altoona, PennsylvaniaBy Ori Lewis JERUSALEM (Reuters) – The Israeli branch of the U.S. Republican party began a campaign on Monday to get American voters living in Israel to cast absentee ballots in favor of Donald Trump. According to the Israeli chapter of the Republican party, around 300,000 Americans are eligible to vote in the November presidential elections. Marc Zell, the head of Republicans Overseas Israel branch, said the campaign aimed to rekindle interest in U.S. politics among second- and third-generation citizens, many of whom have children who will be eligible to vote for the first time.

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