A seesaw of emotions at Bayit Yehudi HQ

January 23, 2013 03:13


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Emotions swung like a seesaw from tension to excitement and back again at the party headquarters Bayit Yehudi had set up in a Kfar Maccabiah ballroom in Ramat Gan on Tuesday night.

As polls closed, reporters and politicians checked their SMS messages and looked at television polls on their smart phones as it appeared that Yesh Atid’s Yair Lapid was the surprise miracle politician of the night, instead of Bayit Yehudi party head Naftali Bennett.

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