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Jerusalem's elections are over.
Inside Jerusalem's mayoral race, as three candidates were elimated on election day and two— Ofer Berkovitch and Moshe Lion— moved on to a runoff.
Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs.
This is how Jerusalem voted.
By PEGGY CIDOR
‘Everything is in the merit of a small slip.’
By NATAN ROTHSTEIN
One key activity is bargaining over the most powerful committees – finance, and planning and construction – the trophies each candidate can offer for support.
'The Jerusalem Post' went to the streets and asked Jerusalem residents who they want as the next mayor of Jerusalem.
By DENNIS ZINN,SARA RUBENSTEIN
Despite what one might expect, security issues and the tension between haredi and pluralist sectors are not major factors in the decision of Jerusalemites to remain here or to leave the city.
Elkin says Liberman, Deri want Lion as a "puppet."
By GIL HOFFMAN
The two haredi parties run on the joint ticket of United Torah Judaism in many municipalities around the country and have run together nationally in the UTJ alliance since 1992.
By JEREMY SHARON
Jerusalem’s municipal elections have become a wrestling arena echoing the struggles at the Knesset level
Berkovitch supporters' excitement and enthusiasm stemmed from the realization that in their loss there was a great victory.
By DOV LIPMAN
The most influential Jews, Sukkot and municipal elections.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
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