Henin expresses optimism about young voters' support for Hadash

February 10, 2009 13:39


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MK Dov Henin (Hadash) expressed optimism about his party's support among the young generation of voters after casting his ballot in a Tel Aviv high school on Tuesday. "Coming into the polling station, I met a group of youngsters who told me they had voted Hadash, most for the first time," he said, adding that he had visited several polling stations in Tel Aviv-Jaffa and met dozens of youngsters who had said the same thing. "A new generation of young people has entered Israeli politics," he continued, "They are open and critical, and in Hadash they have found a real alternative to old politics."

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