When Steve Cohen won a House seat in Memphis’ Ninth Congressional District, it seemed more the result of a unique harmonic convergence than a sign of any future. In a field crowded with black candidates, Cohen won with a mere 30 percent of the vote. Despite that, Cohen proved himself to be not merely a capable rep, but one who was pretty well attuned to his constituents. So attuned, in fact, that his opponents in this year’s democratic primary race decided to play the Jew card. The ad pictured above was distributed by a group of Christian clergyman–of course, "not affiliated" with chief rival, Nikki Tinker, who nonetheless admitted she planned to make his "non-Christianity" an issue. Jewdar is pleased to announce that Cohen won in a landslide, bringing in close to 80 percent of the vote. Maybe Nikki Tinker didn’t want him in there, but it seems that most of the District’s voters didn’t mind have a Cohen in the church.