Labor targets undecided female voters through their kids

January 21, 2013 01:56


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With two days left to the election, Labor leader Shelly Yacimovich on Sunday focused her campaign on female voters by speaking to future voters at the end of their day at preschool.

“Would you like a red balloon or a blue balloon?,” Yacimovich asked a small girl in a stroller, who chose red.“That shows a good social democratic education,” she quipped.

Yacimovich – together with Stav Shaffir, a leader of the 2011 social protests and No.
8 on the Labor list – presented their plans for promoting gender equality to mothers in Tel Aviv.

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