Likud leader Binyamin Netanyahu voted at a Jerusalem polling station Tuesday, saying his hawkish movement is the best hope for Israel's future.
Netanyahu, accompanied by his wife Sara, smiled and shook hands with poll workers. He noted that one of his children had gone to school at the building.
"We can best guarantee our future in terms of security and the economy," Netanyahu said. "Don't sit at home. Please come and vote."
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