Bayit Yehudi crowdsources tips for improvement after election disappointments

Still licking its wounds from losing a third of its Knesset seats in this year’s election, Bayit Yehudi began the process of evaluating what went wrong, seeking to crowdsource answers from its central committee members.

In a letter obtained by The Jerusalem Post, Bayit Yehudi director-general Nir Orbach, who was the party’s 11th candidate for the Knesset, asked for central committee members’ opinions on what the party could have done differently in the election to the Knesset and municipal elections.

“Now that the fog lifted and the election is behind us, we finished coalition negotiations and our elected officials began their work in the 20th Knesset and the government, we can take some time to look on the processes we went through,” Orbach wrote.


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