PM laments lower Likud voter turnout than nat'l average

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January 22, 2013 15:05

 
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Amid high national voter turnout, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu lamented relatively low turnout in traditional Likud neighborhoods.

"There are reports that in regions that have traditionally been Likud strongholds, turnout has been lower than the national average," Netanyahu said during a visit to a polling booth in Ashdod. "I therefore call on all generations of Likud voters to leave everything and go vote."

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