Obama's Lead Narrows Among Jewish Voters

A new poll from the American Jewish Committee shows that Sen. Barack Obama's lead over Sen. John McCain has narrowed. We examine how Jewish voters are feeling about the candidates and whether strategists should take Sarah Silverman's "Great Schlep" campaign seriously.

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