Electing Israel - Conclusion

After months of political shifts, discussions and arguments I finally made my decision and decided who to vote for out of the 41 parties that participated in the election and right when the ballots closed I started my journey to Houston.

Seeing the results I felt disappointed yet not surprised. But this is how democracy works, and though I did not give my vote to Prime Minister Netanyahu, I respect the choices of my fellow Israelis and at times like these I remember something my mom used to say “life happens, chocolate helps” and so I brought lots of amazing Israeli chocolates. 


The ballot showing all the parties you can vote for.


"Chocolate is cheaper than therapy, and you don't need an appointment."

Gil Voting at his local ballot

Gil voting at his local polling place.