A Likud supporter manning the party's stand in a Rehovot mall, April 4, 2019. Ilan Assayag

Tears and Loathing in ‘Israel’s Ohio’ as Election Day Nears

Rehovot has long been considered a bellwether for Israeli elections, which is why leading politicians were out in force there last week — along with Bibi die-hards and youthful support for a pro-pot party

Want to know how Israelis will vote in Tuesday’s election? Forget the polls, take a walk around Rehovot.

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