Time & Location
Mar 18, 2020, 9:00 PM
Kerem House, Gedera Street 18, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
About the event
The Democratic Primaries are in full swing with the MI MO WA AZ FL IL OH primaries.
Where do we stand? How will this impact the future of the race? and what does this mean to us?
The Kerem House Policy Club welcomes Omri Nahmias, the Jerusalem Post's Washington correspondent, to take a closer look.
The event will be moderated by Kerem House co-founder and Tel Aviv resident Jason Kipp.
WHEN: 18.3.20, 21:10
WHERE: Kerem House
TICKETS: Free but sign up required
*Voter registration/Request for absentee ballot assistance available on location.
The Future of a Nation US Elections event series @ Kerem House looks to bring quality events to both American and non American who care about politics and making a difference.
About Omri Nahmias:
Omri Nahmias was born in Jerusalem and started to work as a journalist at a young age in a Jerusalem local paper as a high school student. Later, he served in a combative unit both on active duty and in the reserves. He covered the Knesset for six years, most of the time as Walla News' Political Correspondent. In 2016, ahead of the presidential elections, he was appointed as Washington Correspondent.
In March of 2019, he joined the Jerusalem Post, where he is covering US-Israel relations. Omri is focusing on Israel-related legislation on the Hill, the White House peace team, and different Jewish organizations that are active in the pro-Israel community. Omri Nahmias is The Jerusalem Post's Washington correspondent.
About Vote From Abroad:
Thousands of Americans live in Israel from states where their vote makes a difference. Vote from abroad looks to empower all Americans to take part in the democratic process.
About Kerem House:
Kerem House is a community event space run by, and for, the Tel Aviv community. The Kerem House hosts shabbat meals, lectures, open mics, classes, meet-ups, and much more. The space is also available for rent for private events. The Kerem House dream is to encourage entrepreneurship and leadership from Tel Avivians to run the events they feel would enrich themselves and their community.
This activity has been postponed due to government protocols regarding gatherings over 10 people.