A wasted vote is a vote for Bibi
This year, the election is existential. Iran hasn’t disappeared. It remains the focus of Benjamin Netanyahu’s existence.
Sometimes the votes that aren’t counted are the decisive ones. In 1992, the Tehiya party received 32,000 votes − close to the amount needed to enter the Knesset, but not quite enough. Had those votes been counted, Yitzhak Rabin wouldn’t have had the 61 Knesset seats he needed to keep the right from taking power. His government of the left, with outside support from the Arabs, would never have arisen. The Oslo...
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