Election C'tee runs 1-800 information hotline for voters

January 15, 2013 08:34


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The Election Committee is running a 1-800 information hotline for voters who have not gotten their voters notice, Israel Radio reported on Tuesday.

Many citizens did not receive the notice, that provides information polling station locations. The Election Committee clarified voter notices are not needed in order to vote and started running a 1-800 hotline in six different languages to inform voters where to vote.

English 1800-200-135
Hebrew 1800-200-131
Arabic 1800-200-132
Amharic 1800-200-134
Spanish 1800-200-136
Russian 1800-200-138

The hotline operates from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., and on Monday and election day the hotline will operate from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Hearing impaired could send a fax to 1800-200-130.

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