ABOUT THE 38TH WORLD ZIONIST CONGRESS ELECTIONS

 

Created by Theodor Herzl over one hundred years ago, The Zionist Congress is the legislative authority of the World Zionist Organization representing diverse political beliefs, religious denominations, and cultural traditions. This international “parliament of the Jewish people”, will make decisions regarding key institutions that allocate nearly $1 Billion annually to support Israel and World Jewry. 

Voter registration fee is $7.50 (anyone age 25 and underpays $5.00) which covers administrative costs of running the election. For more information about the World Zionist Congress elections and how to register to vote visit here.

The American Zionist Movement (AZM) is comprised of 33 national Jewish Zionist organizations and works across a broad ideological, political and religious spectrum linking the American Jewish community together in support of Israel, Zionism and the Jewish people.

 

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