Channel 2 has released their latest election poll...
Herzog says he and only he can unite the world to stand by Israel against Palestinian Authority terror.
Unless Bayit Yehudi builds up seats, a National Unity government is looking like a strong possibility.
Lieberman's issues a disproportionate response to polls that show his party will barely squeeze into the Knesset.
We could see the Likud or the Zionist Union ending up as junior partners in a future coalition.
Bayit Yehudi party chairman Naftali Bennett says he and PM Netanyahu agreed to a truce during Israei's upcoming campaign.
The other leaders are no better: Lapid takes credit for water rates going down and Livni says she is tough on Hamas.
Yesh Atid has finally clarified they are going Left...
Lapid tries to ignore the economy, security and the middle class by making Netanyahu the only election issue.
Too much ideology spoils the political soup.
The number one election issue is security – the selfish security of a seat of power.
A ruling against the law will throw the elections into another 30-ring circus.
The evening begins with a dairy reception at 6:30 PM, and the conversations and debate begin at 7:30 PM.
Poll for Dec. 26, 2014.
It isn't over until it's over.
This chart will help you pick the party to vote for...
Israelis working as emissaries for B'nei Akiva outside the country should be allowed to vote in next month's elections, World B'nei Akiva director Rabbi...
The election polls reflect the demographics of Israel, united by faith and divided by ideology and tradition.
Both Herzog and Livni repeatedly claim they are qualified to become Israel's next Prime Minister.
Both Likud and Bayit Yehudi have set primaries for January. No agreement reached between Netanyahu, Lapid.
The Supreme Court may reverse the decision. The committee has not decided on Baruch Marzel's candidacy.
They distribute ballots to elect the 'Savior."
There was another large political rally held on Sunday, and not just the massive rally of the political right in Tel Aviv's Kikar Rabin.
The small right-wing parties will hurt their ideological allies and voters, unless they get past their egos and ideological perfectionism and help their side for a change.
Rabbi Rontzki began his IDF career as a special forces commando and 41 years later ended it as Chief Rabbi and Brigadier General.