FULL LIST: The Parties and Candidates Running in Israel's Election

Final rosters have been registered ahead of the April 9 vote

As Israel's April 9 election approaches, following are the final lists of candidates for all major political parties, in order of their performance in recent public opinion polls: Kahol LavanLikudHadash-Ta'alHayamin Hehadash, Labor, United Torah Judaism, ShasUnion of Right-Wing PartiesMeretzYisrael BeiteinuKulanuUnited Arab List-BaladGesher, Zehut.

Kahol Lavan

Benny Gantz and Yair Lapid
REUTERS/Amir Cohen/Nir Elias/File Photo

Benny Gantz

Yair Lapid

Moshe Ya'alon

Gabi Ashkenazi

Avi Nissenkorn

6 Meir Cohen

7 Miki Haimovich

8 Ofer Shelah

9 Yoaz Hendel

10 Orna Barbivai

11 Michael Biton

12 Chili Tropper

13 Yael German

14 Zvi Hauser

15 Orit Farkash-Hacohen

16 Karin Elharrar

17 Meirav Cohen

18 Yoel Razvozov

19 Asaf Zamir

20 Izhar Shay

21 Elazar Stern

22 Mickey Levy

23 Omer Yankelevich

24 Pnina Tamano-Shata

25 Gadeer Mreeh

26 Ram Ben Barak

27 Alon Shuster

28 Yoav Segalovitz

29 Ram Shefa

30 Boaz Toporovsky

31 Orly Fruman

32 Eitan Ginzburg

33 Gadi Yevarkan

34 Idan Roll

35 Yorai Lahav Hertzanu

36 Moshe "Mutz" Matalon

37 Einav Kabla

38 Aliza Lavie

39 Yitzhak Ilan

40 Tehila Friedman-Nachalon

41 Hila Shay Vazan

42 Moshe Tur-Paz

43 Ruth Wasserman Lande

44 Zehorit Sorek

45 Alon Tal

46 Michal Cotler-Wunsh

47 Anat Knafo

48 Yair Farjun

49 Debbie Biton

50 Idit Wexler

51 Vladimir Bliek

52 Keren Gonen

Likud

File photo: Election campaign billboard shows Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and U.S. President Donald Trump in Tel Aviv, February 6, 2019.
Ariel Schalit/AP

Benjamin Netanyahu

2 Yuli Edelstein

3 Yisrael Katz

4 Gilad Erdan

5 Gideon Sa'ar

6 Miri Regev

7 Yariv Levin

8 Yoav Gallant

9 Nir Barkat

10 Gila Gamliel

11 Avi Dichter

12 Zeev Elkin

13 Haim Katz

14 Tzachi Hanegbi

15 Ofir Akunis

16 Yuval Steinitz

17 Tzipi Hotovely

18 David Amsalem

19 Pinchas Idan

20 Amir Ohana

21 Ofir Katz

22 Eti Atiya

23 Yoav Kish

24 David Bitan

25 Keren Barak

26 Shlomo Karhi

27 Miki Zohar

28 Eli Ben Dahan

29 Sharren Haskel

30 Michal Shir

31 Kathy Sheetrit

32 Patin Mula

33 May Golan

34 Uzi Dayan

35 Ariel Kallner

36 Osnat Mark

37 Amit Halevi

38 Nissim Vaturi

39 Shevach Stern

40 Ayoub Kara

Hadash-Ta'al

File photo: Hadash chairman Ayman Odeh at a party conference in Shfaram, February 1, 2019.
Rami Shllush

1 Ayman Odeh

Ahmad Tibi

Aida Touma-Sliman

4 Osama Saadi

Ofer Cassif

6 Yousef Jabareen

7 Sondos Saleh

8 Jaber Asakleh

9 Talal al-Qarinawi

10 Youssef Atauna

Hayamin Hehadash

File photo: Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked before delivering a statement on their new political party, in Tel Aviv, December 29, 2018.
Corinna Kern/Reuters

Naftali Bennett

2 Ayelet Shaked

Alona Barkat

4 Matan Kahana

5 Shuli Moalem-Refaeli

Caroline Glick

7 Elyashiv Raichner

8 Uri Shechter

9 Amichai Chikli

10 Shirley Pinto

Labor

File photo: Avi Gabbay arrives to vote during the Labor primary in Tel Aviv, February 11, 2019.
Jack Guez/AFP

Avi Gabbay

Tal Russo

Itzik Shmuli

4 Stav Shaffir

5 Shelly Yacimovich

6 Amir Peretz

7 Merav Michaeli

8 Omer Bar-Lev

9 Revital Swid

10 Haim Jelin

United Torah Judaism

File photo: Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman makes his way to the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem, March 25, 2018.
Marc Israel Sellem

1 Yaakov Litzman

2 Moshe Gafni

3 Meir Porush

4 Uri Maklev

5 Yaakov Tessler

6 Yakov Asher

7 Israel Eichler

8 Yitzhak Pindrus

9 Eliyahu Hasid

10 Eliyahu Baruchi

Shas

Shas leader Arye Dery
Ofer Vaknin

1 Arye Dery

2 Yitzhak Cohen

3 Meshulam Nahari

4 Yaakov Margi

5 Yoav Ben-Tzur

6 Michael Malkieli

7 David Azoulay

8 Moshe Abutbul 

9 Uriel Boso

10 Shlomo Dahan

Union of Right-Wing Parties

File photo: MK Bezalel Smotrich at a political event in Jerusalem, February 4, 2019.
Ilan Assayag

Rafi Peretz

Bezalel Smotrich

3 Moti Yogev

4 Ofir Sofer

5 Michael Ben Ari

6 Idit Salman

7 Orit Strock

Meretz

File photo: Meretz leader Tamar Zandberg and MKs Ilan Gilon and Michal Rozin at a campaign event in Tel Aviv, February 14, 2019.
Tomer Appelbaum

Tamar Zandberg

Ilan Gilon

3 Michal Rozin

4 Esawi Freige

5 Ali Salalha

6 Mehereta Baruch Ron

7 Mossi Raz

Avi Buskila

9 Gaby Lasky

10 Avi Dabush

Yisrael Beiteinu

File photo: Yisrael Beiteinu leader Avigdor Lieberman at a campaign event in Ashkelon, southern Israel, February 19, 2019.
Ilan Assayag

Avigdor Lieberman

2 Oded Forer

3 Evgeny Sova

4 Eli Avidar

5 Yulia Malinovsky

6 Hamad Amar

7 Alex Kushner

8 Mark Ifraimov

9 Limor Magen-Telem

10 Elina Bardach-Yalov

Kulanu

File photo: Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon gives a press conference in Tel Aviv, February 13, 2019.
Jack Guez/AFP

Moshe Kahlon

2 Eli Cohen

3 Yifat Shasha-Biton

4 Roy Folkman

5 Tali Ploskov

6 Merav Ben Ari

7 Akram Hasoon

8 Fentahun Seyoum

9 Nadav Shenberger

10 Ram Shmuel

11 Roi Cohen

12 Yehuda Mimran

United Arab List-Balad

1 Mansour Abbas

Mtanes Shehadeh

3 Abd al-Hakim Hajj Yahya

4 Heba Yazbak

5 Talab Abu Arar

6 Mazen Ganaim

7 Saeed Alkharumi

8 Mohammad Aghbariyya

Gesher

File photo: MK Orli Levi-Abekasis at a political event in Jerusalem, February 4, 2019.
Ilan Assayag

Orli Levi-Abekasis

2 David (Dadi) Perlmutter

3 Yifat Biton

4 Haggai Reznik

5 Gilad Samama

6 Carmen Elmakayes

7 Michal Nagari Hirsch

8 Liat Yakir

9 Haggai Lavie

10 Dan Shachar

Zehut

File photo: Moshe Feiglin at a political event in Jerusalem, January 5, 2015.
Emil Salman

1 Moshe Feiglin

2 Chaim Amsellem

3 Gilad Alper

4 Ronit Dror

5 Libby Molad

6 Shai Malka