Vote Seen Too Close to Call, Herzog 'Very Worried'

It may be true that all votes are counted equally, but in the final analysis, there might be only one that really counts. J.J. Goldberg explains why.

Turnout Surprisingly Low in Israel. Who's Hurt?

Forget the pre-election spin from enthusiastic Israeli lefties and despondent righties. At the voting booths, it’s still anybody’s game — and a surprisingly low turnout could be the real story.

Left or Right, Election Is Day at Beach

In Israel, election day is a holiday. And in Tel Aviv, voters traditionally hit the beach after they go to the polls.

Leafy Enclave United in Wanting Bibi Out

In Beit Hakerem, a historically liberal neighborhood, Israeli voters were far from united about whom to support. But most wanted to make a statement by ousting Benjamin Netanyahu.

Will Har Homa Come Home to Bibi?

The West Bank settlement of Har Homa is a right-wing stronghold. Voters admitted being torn between trying to save Benjamin Netanyahu from defeat — or backing smaller parties to his right.

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