With the announcement that Yesh Atid would be the second-largest party in the Knesset with an estimated 18-19 seats according to exit polls, the party’s headquarters in Tel Aviv exploded in celebration Tuesday night.
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The atmosphere was electric, with the Yesh Atid jingle booming from every direction and the Knesset members dancing with joy.
Adi Kol, No. 9 on the list, told The Jerusalem Post that Yesh Atid was “absolutely the source of the higher voter turnout” that was reported.