Habayit Hayehudi voters took to the polls on Tuesday for the second time in as many weeks, in order to elect the party's list for the next Knesset.
Voting opened to the party’s nearly 54,000 members from 3-10 a.m. in 168 polling places throughout the country. Habayit Hayehudi voters ranked five candidates in order of preference, out of the 14 that are running. Party sources estimate voter turnout at 40 percent.
The primary results will be released on Wednesday.
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