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Vote Reform in WZO election

                                               

The Reform movement can make a huge difference in how about $1 billion in funds is allotted in Israel through the upcoming World Zionist Organization election.

Often described as the “parliament of the Jewish people,” the World Zionist Congress was first convened by Theodore  Herzl in 1897 and continues to meet every five years. the WZO's elected delegates exert ideological influence on both Israeli society and the global Jewish agenda.


Those elected from the U.S. will join delegates from Israel and around the world at the 38th World Zionist Congress in October to make decisions regarding key institutions, which allocate nearly $1 billion annually to support Israel and world Jewry (including the World Zionist Organization, Jewish National Fund and the Jewish Agency for Israel).

Vote Reform is the only slate on the ballot that represents the Reform movement. Voting starts Tuesday, Jan. 21 and continues through March 11. Voters vote for an entire slate of candidates, not individuals.

Eligibility requirements:

  • 18 years of age or above (as of June 30, 2020)
  • A permanent resident of the U.S.
  • Jewish
  • Not voted and will not vote in the March 2 Knesset election

    For more information, visit ARZA.


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Sat, March 28 2020 3 Nisan 5780