Sanders’s Jewishness won’t sway voters from casting ballot for Clinton.
Thirteen US states go to the primary polls on Super Tuesday, but they won’t be the only ones choosing their parties’ candidates for president; Tuesday is also the first day of the Global Presidential Primary of Democrats Abroad.
Expatriate Americans who are members of the Democratic Party may vote either in their home state’s primary or the Democrats Abroad primary, which begins Tuesday and lasts until March 8. US citizens abroad can vote by email, fax, mail or in person at voting centers in 40 countries – although there is no voting center in Israel. Continue reading