Yemina leader Ayelet Shaked cast her ballot on Tuesday morning in Tel Aviv."We are at war, there are 30% that are debating [whether to vote] for us or for the Likud today," said Shaked to activists. "We must work hard at the polling stations and convince every right-wing person to place Tet-Bet (The ballot slip for Yemina). The situation is difficult because of the Gevalt attack by [Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu [who] is trying to harm us." "We need to explain to every uncertain person at the entrance to the polling station, why [to vote for] Yemina and not Likud. Why a vote for Likud can bring about a left-wing government and only a vote for Yemina will bring the establishment of a right-wing government. To every uncertain person that wants to vote for Otzma [Yehudit]: explain that they will not pass the election threshold. It's a vote for the left. This is our war from now at the polling stations," said Shaked.
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