Graham to Speak at Great Neck Synagogue Saturday

Republican presidential candidate Lindsey Graham will address a Jewish audience at The Great Neck Synagogue on Long Island this Saturday, according to an invitation sent out by the congregation.

Graham will address congregants of the leading Orthodox synagogue following Shabbos morning services.

Republican presidential candidates have made it a tradition to speak at prominent Orthodox shuls in this election cycle, mainly as an introduction to top Jewish donors.

In the summer, Graham addressed the Hampton Synagogue in Westhampton, NY. Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, Mike Huckabee and George Pataki also addressed the congregation during the summer weeks. Senator Ted Cruz recently wooed a Sephardic audience at the Nessah Synagogue in Beverly Hills. He also showed up at Shabbos services in the Hamptons and in Bal Harbor, Florida.


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