Netanyahu urges Likud members to vote in primaries

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu spoke Tuesday in Tel Aviv, asking registered Likud members to exercise their right to vote before polls close.
Netanyahu is facing a leadership challenge by rival Moshe Feiglin. The Netanyahu camp is concerned that a low voter turnout (as of 4:30 p.m., only 20 percent of eligible voters had cast their ballot) could give an artificial advantage to Feiglin.
More than 150 polling stations will remain open nationwide until 10 p.m.
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