Parents putting family issues on the political agenda in Tel Aviv election
Two rival groups of parents are running for Tel Aviv city hall. They can't agree to work together, but they're united on wanting better facilities for their kids.
Although Tel Aviv is considered the country’s business center, there are still lots of families living there, and the number of children has risen over the last decade by 30 percent. This has made education and conditions for children and families key issues in Tuesday's municipal election vote.