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  Jewish Home Primary Election
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TypePrimary Election
TitleJewish Home Primary Election
Start Date/TimeNovember 13, 2012 07:00pm
End Date/TimeNovember 13, 2012 07:00pm
ContributorPicimpalious
Last ModifiedPicimpalious - November 13, 2012 03:07am
DescriptionParty members can vote for up to 5 members but must rank them in order of preference.

Party leader Naftali Bennett automatically gets the first spot on the list.

The fourth spot is reserved for a woman.

The fifth spot is reserved for a candidate under 30.

If Ayelet Shaked, the only candidate who is both a woman and under 30, wins the fourth spot, a party court will decide if a youth candidate still gets bumped up to the fifth spot.

Candidates are:

Ori Orbach MK (endorsed Bennett in leadership race)
Yitzchak Ben Aryeh
Aharon Jimani
Jeremy Gimpel (under 30 endorsed Orlev in leadership race)
Doron Moshe Danni
Beersheba Deputy Mayor Avi Wortzman
Amiad Taub (under 30)
Binyamin Regional Council representative Motti Yogev
Shuli Muallem (woman)
Rabbi Rachamim Nessimi (endorsed Orlev in leadership race)
Former MK Nissan Slomianski
Former MK Gila Finkelstein (woman)
Yoni Shetbon (under 30)
Ayelet Shaked (under 30, secular, endorsed Bennet in leadership race)

Dropped out:

Dr. Yehuda David

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