Photos of celebrities voting > photos of politicians voting pic.twitter.com/UAcgQdkeNR— Amy Spiro (@AmySpiro) April 9, 2019
Lior Ashkenazi – who appeared in an ad for the Peace Now NGO last month – also shared a photo from the ballot box, but didn’t reveal his vote. Maya Wertheimer, the star of Shababnikim and the wife of Asaf Zamir, No. 19 on the Blue and White list, posted an Instagram photo of herself voting for – you guessed it – Blue and White.Aviv Geffen, the outspoken singer and left-wing activist, said Tuesday that he will also be casting his vote for Blue and White.In a column in Yediot Aharonot, Geffen said he’s voting for the party despite it being too right-wing for his tastes: “I’m going to vote today for people who will represent me in a fitting and dignified manner... the time has come to join hands, without fear, whether it’s a right-wing hand or a left-wing hand.”Singer Harel Skaat, whose husband Idan Roll is No. 34 on the Blue and White list, posted a photo of himself voting with his new baby on Instagram – but didn’t reveal his ballot.
Oh hey it's Amos pic.twitter.com/lSfKePB9YJ— Amy Spiro (@AmySpiro) April 9, 2019
Achinoam Nini, the singer and peace activist, also didn’t name the party she voted for, but said she chose the list “dedicated to human rights, equality and peace!!!”
Actor Ohad Knoller (Srugim, Operation Finale), posted a video of him selecting the voting slip for the Likud Party on Instagram.This year’s Eurovision contestant, Kobi Marimi, uploaded a photo of himself to Instagram Tuesday afternoon with the caption: “#VOTE,” and later posted a snap of himself at the voting station.View this post on Instagram
Election day in Israel... Just voted... For a party dedicated to human rights, equality and peace!!! # https://facebook.com/AchinoamNini/events # #fearless #followme #noa_the_bird #noa #achinoamnini #music #singer #life #song #artist #beautifulonstage #elections #elections2019 #humanrights #doingtherightthing #peace #voiceofpeace #newalbum #newalbumpromo #albumpromo #smile
Singer and actor Aviv Alush posted a selfie with two of his children from the voting station, while actor Ori Pfeffer brought three kids to the ballot, writing the message “go out and vote.”Yael Grobglas, the star of the popular US TV show Jane the Virgin, posted on Twitter that she would have loved to be able to vote – but she’s stuck in Los Angeles for filming.“Happy Election Day friends!” she wrote. “What I wouldn’t do in order to be in Israel to vote today. If you have the privilege to do so, please use it!”
He didn't stay "home" today. pic.twitter.com/nsZO8W0ppa— Amy Spiro (@AmySpiro) April 9, 2019