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The Likud’s Top 35: List Breakdown

The top 35 of the Likud's Knesset list and which spots are what.

Netanyahu and members of the Top 20 club Monday night.

Netanyahu and members of the Top 20 club Monday night.
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1 – Benjamin Netanyahu (Chairman – Separate Race)
2 – Gideon Sa’ar (National)
3 – Gilad Erdan (National)
4 – Silvan Shalom (National)
5 – Yisrael Katz (National)
6 – Danny Danon (National)
7 – Reuven Rivlin (National)
8 – Moshe Ya’alon (National)
9 – Ze’ev Elkin (National)
10 - Tzipi Hotovely (Women’s Spot)
11 – Yariv Levin (National)
12 – Yuli Edelstein (National)
13 - Haim Katz (National)
14 – Miri Regev (National)
15 – Moshe Feiglin (National)
16 – Yuval Steinitz (National)
17 – Tzachi Hanegbi (National)
18 – Limor Livnat (National)
19 – Ofir Akunis (National)
20 – Gila Gamliel (Women’s Spot)
21 – Carmel Shama Hacohen
22 – David Bitton (Sphelah District)
23 – Uri Faraj (Dan District)
24 – Keti Shitrit (Women’s Spot)
25 – Ayoub Kara (Non-Jewish Spot)
26 – Shuki Ohana (Galilee and Valleys District)
27 – David Amsalem (Jerusalem District)
28 – Yitzchak Danino (Negev District)
29 - Keren Barak (Women’s Spot)
30 - Abraham Negosa (Oleh Spot)
31 – David Even Tzur (Haifa District)
32 – Shai Keinan (Tel Aviv District)
33 – Avraham Simhon (Coastal Plain District)
34 - Nurit Koren (Women’s Spot)
35 – Moshe Ben Zaken (Young Spot)

About the Author: Daniel Tauber is a frequent contributor to various prominent publications, including the Jewish Press, Arutz Sheva, Americanthinker.com, the Jerusalem Post and Ha’aretz. Daniel is also an attorney admitted to practice law in Israel and New York and received his J.D. from Fordham University School of Law. You can follow him on facebook and twitter.


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One Response to “The Likud’s Top 35: List Breakdown”

  1. Ángel Anahí Ramírez says:

    36 – Yehuda Glick (Judea & Samaria District).
    37 – David Grossberg (Reagional Councils Spot).
    38 – Benny Begin.

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