Israel's Real Election Campaign Starts Now: LISTEN to Election Overdose

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Prime minister Yair Lapid and opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu.
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With less than two weeks to go until Election Day, the campaign has moved to high-tempo. Or has it?

This week’s Election Overdose episode tries to work out why no issues have caught the public’s attention so far in the long campaign and asks whether the controversial judicial reform proposals of the far right Religious Zionism party will gain traction. Also: Will the public opinion polls ever move before November 1?

Subscribe to Election Overdose for the right dose of parties, people, politicians and polls in Israel's fifth in the never-ending election cycle. Follow Dahlia (@dahliasc) and Anshel (@AnshelPfeffer) on twitter and read more of their articles and columns on Haaretz.com.

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