Kadima spokesperson: 33.13% eligible voters cast ballots

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 27, 2012 20:53

 
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Around of a third of eligible voters cast their ballots on Tuesday in the face-off between opposition leader Tzipi Livni and Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee chair Shaul Mofaz, who are vying for the top seat in their party.

At least 33.13 percent of the 95,000 eligible voters had cast their ballots by 8:00 p.m, compared with 39% of 74,000 eligible voters in the previous primary, according to the Kadima Party spokesperson.

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