On Election Day in Israel, multiple politicians and party leaders have been seen voting at polling stations throughout the country.
Polling stations across the country opened at 7 a.m. and will close at 10 p.m.
These are the fifth elections in Israel in three and a half years.
Over a quarter of Israelis have already voted as of 2:30 p.m.
Here are photos of all politicians voting:
Before voting, Lapid visited the grave of his father, Yosef Tommy Lapid, where the Prime Minister recalled a statement his father told him, which is that "the greatest miracle that happened to us is that the Jews have their own country."
"Go vote today for the future of our children, for the future of our country, vote well, and good luck to everyone," the Prime Minister said.
"Go vote today for the future of our children, for the future of our country, vote well, and good luck to everyone."Prime Minister Yair Lapid
Yisrael Beytenu leader Avigdor Liberman, immediately after voting for the November 2022 Israeli elections, said: "I hope that we will wake up to a Zionist, liberal, tolerant and free country and not to a Halachic state.
"The other question is where will the budgets go, will the money go to Yeshivas or will the money go to hi-tech and IDF soldiers," said Liberman.
"The only party that does not twist and zigzag on this issue is Yisrael Beytenu. That's why we're very optimistic, and I call on all citizens of Israel to go out and vote."
Defense Minister Benny Gantz after voting stated: "The elections are a holiday for democracy. These elections are also a wake-up call for democracy.
"We do not want any more incitement. We don't want more division. We want more unity, more security, more reconciliation among the people and more able to accept each other."
Transportation Minister Merav Michaeli also voted early Tuesday morning.
Meretz party leader Zehava Galon voted in Petah Tikva - stating that "we are in a state of emergency. This is the last call, we must vote."
Shortly after voting in Jerusalem on Tuesday morning, Opposition Leader and former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu made this statement:
"I say to all citizens of Israel: It is a great privilege to go and vote."
"I'm a little worried, but with the help of the people who hear us, I hope we'll end the day with a victory," the Likud Party leader also said. "I hope you don't give up your democratic rights."
After Interior Minister Ayelet Shaked voted from Tel Aviv, she said that "from [her] conversations yesterday with pollsters, the right-wing bloc does not have 61, but 60. Only a vote for the Jewish Home will result in a right-wing government."
Otzma Yehudit leader Itamar Ben-Gvir said, shortly after voting in Israel's elections on Tuesday: "In our ballot, we also accept Netanyahu as prime minister but also a full right-wing government.
"For many years, there have been excuses for not implementing right-wing policies. Now is an opportunity for us to be bigger than Gantz and implement right-wing policies."
Religious Zionist Party leader Bezalel Smotrich, also voted on Tuesday morning, saying afterward: "This is about the future of the state, we have no other country. Take responsibility and vote."
Deri cast his vote early Tuesday morning. Afterward, he said that "the fight is for a Jewish state. "They invested tens of millions in the Arab sector so that there will not be a Jewish state here and there will be a state for all its citizens."
United Torah Judaism leader Moshe Gafni voted in Bnei Barak, according to Ynet.
"This reality, in which we are going to elections for the fifth time in three and a half years, is very bad," he said. "It's bad for the country, it's bad for the citizens. I hope this time there will be an end to this saga."
Hadash-Ta'al Party leader Odeh voted from Haifa, where he was accompanied by his children.
"I voted Hadash-Ta'al to block Netanyahu and Ben-Gvir and to ensure in the Knesset a voice for peace, equality and social justice. Now it's your turn."
Ra'am leader Mansour Abbas voted for the 2022 Israeli elections on Tuesday morning.
Shortly after voting, he said that he believes there's an "upward trend in Arab society, there is an awakening, and I call on the Arab voters to flock to the polls, and call on all citizens of the State of Israel to participate in the elections, to vote for the parties they believe in."
Sami Abu Shahada
Balad leader Sami Abu Shahada said shortly after voting for the Israeli 2022 elections on Tuesday: "Balad will be the surprise of the elections and we will continue to fight for a state of all its citizens."
צאו להצביע!זו זכות גדולה שלנו. אחרי למעלה מעשור בפוליטיקה, זו הפעם הראשונה שאני מביט על הדברים מהצד. תזכרו:בסופו של דבר כולנו מחנה אחד - כולנו עם ישראל pic.twitter.com/VEP4KaUkaI— Naftali Bennett בנט (@naftalibennett) November 1, 2022
Former prime minister Naftali Bennett tweeted on Tuesday: "Go vote! This is our great privilege.
"After over a decade in politics, this is the first time I look at things from the side."
Israeli President Isaac Herzog, upon voting at the polls on Tuesday morning in Jerusalem, said: "It is a huge right to participate in the process of free, clean and equal elections. We should be truly grateful as a nation, that we have a democratic system where every citizen can make an impact.
"I want to say again - voting has an impact without a shadow of a doubt. Anyone who thinks that their voice doesn't matter is wrong. That's why I call on all the citizens of the country - exercise your democratic right and go vote."