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26.05.2024

Hareidi bride voted: "awkward and exciting feeling"

Ruth, a Hareidi bride from Netivot, arrived in the afternoon at the polls to vote - and immediately went to the hall in Bnei Brak: "It was worth it to vote" • And who did you vote for? "We'll keep it a secret"

Hareidi bride voted: "awkward and exciting feeling"





Citizens from across the country continue to flock to the polls at their home towns. The turnout climbs steadily, and the election day is defined by many academics as a "holiday for democracy". But there are citizens who indicated today, not only as a democratic festive day, but the happiest day of their life - marriage.

Ruth, a Hareidi kallah from Netivot, arrived in the afternoon at the polls 'Siftei Chaim', located in the Hareidi neighborhood in the city.

Wearing a wedding dress and accompanied by her entire family, she lowered the ballot and exercised the right to vote. The polling officials who sat and supervised the voting, rubbed their eyes and drew their cell phones to record the event.

Soon after, she went into the car and went to the hall in Bnei Brak where the wedding took place.

"I knew the wedding day is Election Day, I didn't give it great importance," said Ruth in a conversation straight from the hall with Behadrey Haredim reporter. "I came in the morning to vote, because I realized that everyone's vote is very important, the load on the way to voting was very big, and we decided to get back together later, when we leave for the hall."

She says, "It felt awkward and exciting, but it was worth to vote."

• Who did you vote for?

"We keep it secret."

A relative of Ruth's family added: "Everyone who encountered her, was very surprised. Everyone wished her Mazal Tov."

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