Special booths provided for voters in uniform

Hundreds of voting booths were set up in army camps and facilities up and down the country on Saturday night, three days before the main electorate chooses the 21st Knesset and next government on Tuesday. The new conscripts aged 18-19 will be voting for the first time. Their leanings, like those of their civilian contemporaries, were a blank page for the campaigners as well as the pollsters. The seven IDF command regions are sub-divided into 55 voting districts, where military personnel may cast their  ballots under the supervision of special election officers.

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  • Apr 8, 2019 @ 17:34 at 17:34

    My guess is Haredim are not allowed there.


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