2015 Israel Elections - Participating Parties
Hebrew: למי בוחרים
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In Israel, each of the approved political parties running in the 2015 elections, are identified by a Hebrew ballot symbol. On election day, March 17th, when you enter the polling booth, you will be confronted with a box filled with slips of paper which will have Hebrew initials or ballot symbols printed, in black, on their face. Each ballot symbol represents a different political party. Avoid a mistake! Before you go out to vote, make sure you know the ballot symbol of the party you plan to vote for.
For example the Likud is represented by the letters מחל and Yeish Atid is represented by the letters פה. The full name of the party is printed in Hebrew below the ballot symbol.
Who are you voting for?
Party Ballot Symbols
|Party Name||Acronym||Party Name||Acronym|
|Yeish Atid - Yair Lapid||פה||Zionist Camp - Hertzog & Livni
|Meretz - Zehava Gal-On
||מרצ||HaBayit HaYehudi - Naftali Bennet||טב|
|Kulanu - Moshe Kachlon||כ||Likud - Binyamin Netanyahu
|Reshima Hameshutefet||ודעם||Yisrael Beitenu - Avigdor Lieberman||ל|
|Shas - Aryeh Deri
||ש”ס||Yehadut HaTorah - Yaakov Litzman
|Ha'Am Itanu - Eli Yishai||קץ|
|U BZchutan - Ruth Korian||נז||Pirate Party||פ|
|Hatikvah LeShinui||יץ||Finance Party - Goldstein Bros.||ז|
|Nivheret Ha'Am HaZmanit - Ofer Lifschitz||זץ||Schirut BeKavod||י|
|Meginim Al Yaldeinu||יך|
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