Beyond Netanyahu: Five Key Events to Watch on Israel's Election Night

From the possibility of a Kahanist in the next Israeli cabinet to a Reform rabbi being elected for the first time ever, here are five crucial characters and trends to look out for on Tuesday

On Tuesday morning, polling stations all over Israel will open as the country's fourth Election Day in two years will begin. Israelis know that they may not have answers to the big questions – who their prime minister will be and what parties will make up the ruling coalition – on Election Night, and possibly for weeks after. But beyond the election's big winners lie other important questions, whose answer will be central in shaping the country's new political reality. Here are five other issues that are worth following as the results begin to trickle in.

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