Mitt Romney Struggling for Jewish Vote: Republican Candidate Uses Convention to Appeal to Jews
In the United States, the Republicans are holding their National Convention. It's a chance to get their message out and try to motivate the nation to vote for their candidate Mitt Romney in November's Presidential election. This year they're trying hard to win over Jewish voters who traditionally vote for the Democrats. In the last election Democrat Barack Obama collected 78% of the Jewish vote, helping him into the White House. But Mitt Romney hopes to prove with his pro-Israeli foreign policy that he is the candidate that Jews should vote for. Nick Harper, JN1, Florida.