Watch: Herzog's new ad chides voters unsure of his voice

“The Zionist Union is now the largest party in Israel according to the polls, yet the reason some of you are undecided about whether to vote for me is my voice.”

February 17, 2015 10:18

New Zionist Union ad

New Zionist Union ad


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The Zionist Union issued a new campaign advertisement on Monday night that takes a jab at Center-Left voters who are considering voting for other parties because of Issac Herzog’s voice. The clip of Herzog shows the Zionist Union leader speaking but with his speech dubbed in a gruff and more masculine voice.

Herzog outlines his experience in politics and in the security cabinet, and highlights that when he took over Labor, it had only 14 seats in the polls but that now, according to the polls, the Zionist Union is the largest party in Israel.

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