The U.S. election to the Zionist Congress determines 29% of the 500 elected Congress delegates; 145 men and women representing a wide range of opinions about how to address the critical issues facing the Jewish people in Israel and around the world. Another 33% are from the other countries of the diaspora and the remaining 38% are from Israel.

Below are the final results of the 2015 election in the United States:

For a better understanding and appreciation of the election results, below is a historical perspective showing the U.S. delegations to Congress, beginning with the 33rd Congress and continuing through the 37th.

Some important points: Almost every recent  Zionist election has seen new slates successfully compete and join the movement in the United States. In addition, there have been some groups that united their efforts and created new coalitions, resulting in some new slate names. These changes are noted with asterisks and explanations provided below.

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