Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu greets supporters at the Likud party's election headquarters in Tel Aviv, Israel, on Wednesday, March 18. Netanyahu appears poised to keep his job after Likud grabbed at least 29 of the 120 seats in Israel's parliament, according to unofficial numbers. The Zionist Union came in second, with at least 24 seats.
Isaac Herzog, co-leader of the Zionist Union alliance, shakes hands with supporters in Tel Aviv as he reacts to exit poll figures on Tuesday, March 17.
Likud supporters celebrate in Tel Aviv after some exit poll results were announced Tuesday, March 17.
Supporters of the Zionist Union alliance take part in early celebrations as they wait for election results March 17 in Tel Aviv.
An Israeli bride prepares to cast her vote at a polling station in Holon, Israel, on March 17.
A man hangs a poster of Netanyahu at his election campaign headquarters in Tel Aviv on March 17.
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man casts his ballot at a Jerusalem polling station on March 17.
Rabbi Gershon Edelstein, center, prepares to vote in Bnei Brak, Israel, on March 17.
A woman casts her vote in Netanya, Israel, on March 17.
Herzog talks to the media after voting in Tel Aviv on March 17.
Netanyahu casts his vote in Jerusalem on March 17.
A woman and child stand outside a polling station in Abu Ghosh, Israel, on March 17.
A voter casts a ballot in Tel Aviv on March 17.
People line up to vote in Bnei Brak on March 17.