Likud primary voter turn out is at 55%

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
November 26, 2012 17:22

 
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Only four percent of Likud voters arrived on Monday to the polls to vote on the second day of the primary for the party's list, making it a total of 55 percent voter turn out so far.

The party decided to add an extra day to the primary to make up for computer glitches across the country that plagued the party all day Sunday.

Polls opened again at 11am Monday morning and will close at 9pm.

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