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 Former Meretz MK Yair Golan

Unite the Left, topple Netanyahu's government: Yair Golan's two goals

Yisrael Beytenu leader MK Avigdor Liberman and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

'A gift to Israel': Liberman calls for elections for first time since October 7

 Jerusalemites cast their ballots for the 2024 municipal elections, on February 27, 2024.

Jerusalem municipal elections: Who won? What happens next?

A 2021 CAMPAIGN poster for Benny Gantz, depicting him alongside Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Gantz continues to strengthen, Smotrich fails to reach Knesset - poll

 Prime Minister Netanyahu while Israel committee approves EU import reform

Israel's Knesset committee approves EU import reform

 The Ruth lookout in Kiryat Tivon.

For first time in Israel, a trans woman has been elected as city council member

AvrahamShochatFacial

Former finance minister Avraham ‘Beiga’ Shochat dies at 87

 Supporters seen during the municipal elections in Tel Aviv, February 27, 2024

Israel's municipal elections: The big victories, shocking defeats and hottest races

 Moshe Lion in a speech on February 27, 2024.

Lion victorious in Jerusalem in landslide victory; Huldai wins in Tel Aviv

 Campaign posters are seen at a voting booth in Haifa on the day of the municipal elections, on February 27, 2024.

Municipal elections in Haifa: Who will locals elect in Israel's 3rd largest city?

 IDF soldiers at a military polling station.

How are IDF soldiers, Israeli prisoners voting for municipal elections?

By SHLOMI HELLER , AMIR BOHBOT
 Campaign posters at a voting station on the morning of the Municipal Elections, in Jerusalem, on February 27, 2024

Israel municipal elections: Polls close amid extremely low turnout

 A man casts his vote in the Israeli general elections, at a polling station in Jerusalem, on November 1, 2022.

Israel heads to wartime municipal election after months of postponement

 An Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Israeli selects his ballot paper on the day of Israel's general election in a polling station in Jerusalem November 1, 2022.

Israel heads to wartime municipal election

 Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu with Israeli  minister of Defense Yoav Galant, Ministers and MK's during a discussion and a vote on the expulsion of MK Ofer Cassif at the assembly hall of the Knesset, the Israeli parliament in Jerusalem, February 19, 2024.

Knesset debates extending service of IDF reservists

 Yair Golan

Yair Golan slams political handling of Gaza, aims to topple gov't, unite the Left

 Rabbi Haim Pear, founder of Shir Hadash.

Rabbi Haim Pear: The Anglo Jerusalemite fighting municipal inefficiency

 Laura Wharton, Jerusalem City Council member.

Laura Wharton: The accessibility advocator fighting for an equal Jerusalem

 ELECTION POSTERS promote the mayoral candidacies of incumbent Ron Huldai and challenger Orna Barbivai on the streets of Tel Aviv, ahead of this week’s election.

Israel's municipal elections: Which vote will impact national politics?

Elections, illustrative

Will the municipal elections empower local authorities? Experts weigh in

By DUDI FATIMER
 SEAT OF municipal power in Jerusalem: Safra Square.

Jerusalem elections are here: Who will run Jerusalem?

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