JERUSALEM, March 12, 2015 - Israel's Zionist Union leader Isaac Herzog (C) is seen during a campaign stop at a fruit and vegetable market in Tel Aviv, Israel, on March 12, 2015. Israeli political parties are intensifying their efforts to sway undecided voters as the countdown has started for the March 17 parliamentary elections. Supporters of the ruling Likud party have planned to stage a huge rally in central Tel Aviv Sunday night to generate support, following a huge opposition rally last weekend in the city calling for the replacement of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. According to Haaretz daily's last poll published Thursday, the opposition Zionist Union, composed of the left Labor party and the Hatnuah (movement) party, continues to maintain its narrow lead over the Likud.
Israel's Zionist Union leader Isaac Herzog (3rd L, Front) shakes hands with a vendor during a campaign stop at a fruit and vegetable market