Bayit Yehudi could be forced to recount primary votes after candidate Shimon Riklin petitioned the court for a recount Monday due to discrepancies.
About 42,000 people voted in the primary, and each had 10 points that could be distributed to seven candidates – three with two points each and four with three points each.
The final vote count showed that there were over 470,000 points counted, nearly 50,000 extra.
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