Where do I vote?  Israeli voters may only vote in their assigned polling station. Find out where you will be voting in the upcoming elections.

This post was first published on 17 December 2012, and was last updated February 2024.

Where Do I Vote?  Find Your Polling Place Online or By Phone.

Here is how to check whether you are on the electoral rolls and registered for the right place.

  1. Israeli ballotsOnline
    • Go to https://www.gov.il/apps/moin/bocharim/
    • Enter your Israeli ID number (mispar teudat zehut / מס’ תעודת זהות) and the your birthdate
    • Click on “לאיתור מקום הקלפי”

Your results will include the address where you will be casting your vote, the name of the place where you will be voting (e.g., a local school), and the number of your polling station within your polling place.

Why Should I Check My Polling Place?

Except for soldiers, reservists, people who are hospitalized, or prisoners, every Israeli must vote in their assigned polling place.  You will not be allowed to vote elsewhere.

Updating My Polling Place

If you are assigned the wrong polling place (perhaps because you moved but have yet to update your address), contact the Population and Immigration Authority (רשות האוכלוסין וההגירה) of the Ministry of Interior (משרד הפנים / Misrad HaPanim) to update your address immediately.

You may update your address at your local branch of the Population and Immigration Authority; see the search page to find the branch closest to you.

19 thoughts on “Find Your Polling Place

  1. Where is the closest polling station accessible to handicapped. My official voting station is Beit Berlin,
    אלוף שאלתיאל 1 ירושלים .

    Please reply as quickly as possible.

  2. I recently moved to Eretz Israel. Have teudat zehut and Israeli passport. Where do I register to vote?

    1. Welcome! We don’t register to vote in Israel. If you’re an eligible citizen and move to Israel enough time in advance of the election, you should be on the list.

    1. Daniel, I am doubtful that it would. If you are overseas, you might be able to use the website, or you can ask a friend to send an SMS or call the toll-free number with your identification number.

  3. I can’t get it to connect from any browser, even after adding it to “trusted” (IE). Could be the firewall at work.

  4. Will someone kindly translate this information for me? Thank you.

    קלפי מס’ 712.0
    עבור ת”ז מספר:
    בי”ס הצנע לכת
    הרב פניזל 2, ירושלים

  5. I live on Rechov Hanassi in Jerusalem. I am handicapped. How do I determine the nearest handicapped-accessible polling station?

    P.S. I should vote at a school on Gedud Haivri but do not think it is accessible.

    1. Robert, that information can be found on the same site. If you type the name of your city into that last blank near the disabled access symbol, you will receive a list of handicap-accessible polling stations.

  6. Do you know what the hours of the polling locations will be? I plan a tiul that day, and want to make sure I’ll get back in time to vote.

    1. It is a neat service, isn’t it? Thanks for the update, Paul. Glad you found it did work in Firefox. It didn’t work for a number of people, so I’ll update the article accordingly.

  7. Let’s just clarify: You can only find out online where to vote in the General Election if you use a particular web browser. Anyone else find this disturbing?
    (But I’m quick to complain – I’m impressed with this simple service)

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