New Right's Ayelet Shaked, Naftali Bennett cast their votes

The New Right, co-led by Shaked and Bennett, is expected to receive between 5-8 seats in the Knesset.

New Right co-chair Ayelet Shaked votes in Tel Aviv on Tuesday. (photo credit: KOBI RICHTER/TPS)
New Right co-chair Ayelet Shaked votes in Tel Aviv on Tuesday.
(photo credit: KOBI RICHTER/TPS)
New Right co-leader and Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked cast her vote in Tel Aviv early Tuesday morning.
Her party's co-leader, Education Minister Naftali Bennett, followed suit soon after.
"[Benjamin] Netanyahu is going to be prime minister anyway," Shaked said outside the voting booth, according to local media reports. "The question is whether to form a left-wing government with Gantz or a right-wing government with Shaked and Bennett. Whoever wants to vote for the Right must vote for the New Right."
Naftali Bennett and his wife cast their ballots on April 9, 2019 (Courtesy)Naftali Bennett and his wife cast their ballots on April 9, 2019 (Courtesy)
The New Right is expected to receive between 5-8 seats in the Knesset.