THE VOTERS HAVE SPOKEN
The 37th World Zionist Congress is part of an historical continuum since Theodor Herzl first convened the Jews in Basel, Switzerland in 1897 and established the Zionist Organization. This October, Zionists from more than 30 countries will gather to discuss and debate the critical issues facing the Jewish people. Times have certainly changed since Herzl, but the challenges remain abundant, even with all that has been accomplished.
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The Issues Facing Israel Today
There are many critical issues facing Israel and its people every day. Which ones do you care about the most? Which issues need to be addressed now for a better future for Israel?
To learn more about these different issues, click here to go to the main page, or on the links to the right, and vote today to learn which slates represent the issue you feel are most vital to the State of Israel.
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The 2015 Slates
The slates running in the 2015 WZC elections represent the voices of Jews from across the spectrum on issues facing the global Jewish community, especially regarding the future of Israel. You can visit the websites of the various slates by clicking on the names to the right to learn more about each of their important work.
You may also click here to download the PDFs and view the election platform and the list of candidates for each slate.
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FAQs and Eligibility
We have the answers to common questions surrounding the elections, registration and voting processes. Please click here to read our FAQs.
To be eligible to vote in the US Zionist Elections, you must declare that you subscribe to the Jerusalem Program. Please click here to read and learn more. In addition, you must:
- be 18 years of age or above
- be a permanent resident of the United States
- be Jewish
- will not/have not voted on the March 2015 Knesset election