"The smell of revolution is in the air," Labor leader Shelly Yacimovich said Tuesday in the final hours of Election Day.
"It's not coincidental that [Prime Minister Binyamin] Netanyahu is stressed," she said, describing voter turnout as "amazing."Yacimovich said that Israeli citizens were proving that they want to see another government, and another prime minister.
"We must not waste votes on small and medium-sized parties," she stressed. "Another three seats for Labor, and we can replace Bibi (Netanyahu)."