Tzipi Livni cast her ballot in a Northern Tel Aviv school Tuesday, saying her vote represented her hope for a change in Israel's government.
"I put in that envelope my hopes, not just my personal ones, but for the state of Israel as a whole," Livni said. "I am excited because I hope that we will wake up to a morning after, after four years of policy that isolated Israel."
Asked by photographers to flash her pearly whites for the cameras as she put her envelope into the box, Livni coyly said, "I'll smile when the polls come in."
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