Israelis are headed to the polls Tuesday to vote for the country's 22nd Knesset in an election that will determine whether to give Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a record fifth term.
This is Israel's second national elections in less than six months.
All political parties, from Netanyahu's Likud and Benny Gantz's Kahol Lavan to the Joint Arab List and the Kahanist Otzma Yehudit party, have shifted gears in a last-ditch effort to woo voters.
For some parties hovering around the 3.25 percent minimum required for Knesset representation, such as Labor Party, Democratic Union and Otzma, literally every vote counts.
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