Eli Stokols

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Eli Stokols is a national politics reporter for Politico.

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More than 30 synagogues and other Jewish institutions have received threats in the second wave of such messages in the past two weeks.

Trump denounces anti-Semitism; critics say it's not enough

More than 30 synagogues and other Jewish institutions have received threats in the second wave of such messages in the past two weeks.

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The presidential nominating race continues this week in Nevada for the Republicans tomorrow, and South Carolina for the Democrats on Saturday.

The GOP, Nevada and the Latino Vote

The presidential nominating race continues this week in Nevada for the Republicans tomorrow, and South Carolina for the Democrats on Saturday.

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