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Blue and White leader Benny Gantz cast his ballot in Rosh Ha'Ayin on Tuesday morning.
"Neither the president, nor the heads of the parties will determine who will be the next prime minister, only you, who are voting today, [will determine this.]"
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife cast their ballots in Jerusalem on Tuesday morning.
When the focus is on Netanyahu, he comes out on top.
By YAAKOV KATZ
"We turned to Facebook. They must act immediately to put an end to this racist and dangerous incitement by Netanyahu against the Arab population," said Joint List leader Ayman Odeh.
By TZVI JOFFRE
The event also featured a panel on the subject of healthcare and the Israeli Health Basket
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The Sept. 17 vote comes just five months after the last one ended with no clear winner and Netanyahu unable to form a governing coalition.
By BEN SALES/JTA
Blue and White leader Benny Gantz called Begin's announcement sad and said he hopes to earn his vote.
By GIL HOFFMAN
In order to attain his first goal Netanyahu must attain the support of at least 61 MKs. Currently, none of the opinion polls indicate that this is achievable, though this does not stop Netanyahu.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
UTJ avoided attacking Gantz, focusing only on Blue and White co-chairman Yair Lapid, a longtime opponent, but that the situation changed after Gantz said he wants a "secular unity government."
By LAHAV HARKOV
Many people polled were still undecided as to which party will get their vote, and when asked, have replied that they will decide when they get to the ballot box.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The Likud denied that the party had offered to close the egalitarian section at the Western Wall in return for the far Right Noam party quitting the September 17 election
Says sees himself as future prime minister of the State of Israel
By TZVI JOFFRE,LAHAV HARKOV
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