Kadima primary: 38.2% voter turnout hour before polls close

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March 27, 2012 23:10

 
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Some 38.2 percent of eligible Kadima Party voters cast their ballots in the face-off between Shaul Mofaz and Tzipi Livni for their party's top seat on Tuesday, the Kadima spokesperson reported, just an hour before polls closed.

There are 95,000 eligible voters, compared with 74,000 in the last Kadima primary.

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