Some of the candidates in the 24th Knesset elections hurried and exercised their democratic right already in the first hour of Election Day.
MK Ayelet Shaked on the right voted at the polls in Tel Aviv. “Dear citizens of Israel, go out and vote. This time we can put an end to this endless election loop. We will form a good right-wing government that cares about the citizens. I promise that if you vote for us there will be no fifth election. We should always be concerned. “And not to vote strategically. With God’s help, we will create a good, stable, right-wing and functional government.”
MK Matan Kahana voted at the polls in Beit Gamliel. “We are the only party that will get us out of the mud, prevent fifth elections, form a stable right-wing government, take care of Jewish identity, take care of the livelihoods of the people and all the values of the right,” he said.
Shas movement chairman and Interior Minister Aryeh Deri voted at the polls near his home on Hakablan Street in Jerusalem. “Today, the voter says his thing. The voter has two options: a bloc that wants a Jewish state headed by Netanyahu with a strong Shas and the other bloc that wants a civilian state led by Lapid.
“I very much hope that the public will be able to let us continue to work for the people of Israel for a Jewish state that helps the weak under Netanyahu,” Deri added.
The chairman of Yisrael Beiteinu, Avigdor Lieberman, voted in the polls in his locality of Nokdim. “We are going to the fourth round of elections. I remind everyone that bad rule was chosen by good people who did not come to vote. I call on everyone to come and vote. I appeal especially to the younger generation. This is your destiny. A generation that did not come to vote in the previous round, this time must vote. “
“The fourth round is the result of an honest man who wants to escape the trial. We are here because Netanyahu is trying to escape the terror of the trial. It is time for a decision,” Lieberman said.
The candidate of the Religious Zionist Party, Adv. Simcha Rotman, voted at the ballot box. “Go out and vote. Do not be complacent. With God’s help, we will go big, but we need you and not give up on any vote,” he declared.
The candidate of the Religious Zionist Party, Michal Waldiger, voted at the ballot box in Givat Shmuel. “Without religious Zionism there is no right-wing government. We are a step away or not. It is important to give us your voice,” she said.