Tzipi Livni made a plea for the female vote on Wednesday, calling on them to "think of what kind of country they want to leave to their kids."
"I'm turning to the undecided women voters," she said, with less than a week to go before the January 22 national elections. "I know that there are many of you. I made the decision to join politics, and then to return to it, because I thought of my kids and about what kind of country we are leaving them."
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