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  1/16/2013, Shevat 5, 5773

Where Do I Vote? Toll Free Number & Website Has Info


The Central Election Committee has established a special website and toll free telephone number for Israeli citizens to locate their exact polling location. Each citizen must vote in the polling station assigned to them based on their officially listed mailing address. Election cards indicating polling station locations have been mailed to residents homes.

There are Hebrew, English and Arabic versions of the website. The URL for the English site is: http://www.bechirot.gov.il/elections19/eng/home_eng.aspx

The toll free number in English is 1-800-200-135. The number in Hebrew is 1-800-200-137 .

According to the Central Election Committee, "It is not necessary to present your voter notification card when coming to vote; you do need any one of the following means of identification: An Israeli ID card, a valid driver`s license, or a passport."

Another government website offers a service in which a user can type in their teudat zehut number to find their polling station. The site, available in Hebrew is https://kalpi.elections.gov.il/ .