On Tuesday we vote for our future. We are not voting in a Prime Minister, we are voting in the groups of people who will be controlling our lives and our country over the next few years. People I find, take this decision rather lightly. Deciding who to vote for based on uninformed opinions and without checking any facts.

We are not voting in a Prime Minister, we are voting in the groups of people who will be controlling our lives and our country over the next few years.

I am not writing to tell you who to vote for, I will vote Bayit Yehudi. I will be doing so because the security of this country is my main priority. Also because I believe that Naftali Bennet has and will continue to do all in his power to protect this country from threats both foreign and domestic. I have listened to Naftali Bennet’s economic plans and find him sincere and thoughtful. While I may not agree with every detail of his campaign I agree with most of it and he supports my major beliefs.

It is important to take the time and understand what you are voting for and what you are voting against. You cannot vote for Bibi, you will be voting for the Likud. Jeremy Saltan wrote a great article explaining how the voting process in Israeli works.

Take the time and find out who you side most with regarding the issues that are most important to you. A great way to do so is using the Israeli Election Compass

Don’t vote for a party because your friends are voting that way.

 

Don’t vote for a party because you heard that a spiritual leader thinks that you should do so.

 

Vote with your mind, vote with understanding.

Don’t vote for a party because your friends are voting that way.

Don’t vote for a party because you heard that a spiritual leader thinks that you should do so.

Vote with your mind, vote with understanding.

Most importantly, vote!

Take the time to think about your future, to think about our future. Your choice will never be wrong when you have knowledge and conviction behind it. While I may not agree with your choice I will respect it as long as you can explain it to me.

Remember every vote counts, so let’s make Election Day count!