Where did Israel's prime ministerial candidates go on election eve?

Netanyahu, Lapid, Sa'ar, Bennett, Gantz: Everyone prefers to handle the pre-elections stress differently. Take a look!

Blue and White leader Benny Gantz spends a night on the town on the eve of the election, March 2, 2021. (photo credit: Courtesy)
Blue and White leader Benny Gantz spends a night on the town on the eve of the election, March 2, 2021.
(photo credit: Courtesy)
What did Israel's candidates for prime minister do on Monday night, the eve of the country's fourth elections in less than two years? 
Let's take a look:
For New Hope leader Gideon Sa'ar, it was a trip to the Western Wall in Jerusalem on Monday afternoon.

Gideon Sa'ar at the Western Wall (Credit: Marc Israel Sellem)Gideon Sa'ar at the Western Wall (Credit: Marc Israel Sellem)
Several hours after Sa'ar, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also paid a visit to the Wall, along with his wife, Sara.

Yair Lapid, leader of the Yesh Atid Party, which is projected to be the second largest after Netanyahu's Likud, chose to visit supporters at a mall in Haifa.

Blue & White leader Benny Gantz, who is not projected to win more than a few mandates – but could end up replacing Netanyahu in the case of a fifth election due to their previous agreement – chose to spend a night out at a raucous bar.
Yamina's leader Naftali Bennett chose a more quiet visit to a grocery store.