Labor chairwoman Shelly Yacimovich commented on the final polls published in the Friday newspapers, saying that the gap between the Right and Left blocs is shrinking and calling people to vote.
"Now you could see with certainty that [Prime Minister Binyamin] Netanyahu is weakening [in power], and the gap between the two blocs is only three seats," Yacimovich said while on the campaign trail.
"Replacing Netanyahu is hard, but possible. Come vote, and don't waste your vote," she added.
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