Yair Shamir, 67 Former head of National Roads Company of Israel and, before that, chairman of Israel Aerospace Industries.
Shimon Ohayon, 67 Professor of education at Bar-Ilan University and head of the Association for Persons of Moroccan Origin in Israel.
Moshe Feiglin, 50 Head of the Manhigut Yehudit (Jewish Leadership) faction of the Likud and one of the founders of the rightist Zo Artzeinu (This is our Land) movement.
Yair Lapid, 49 Journalist, author and television personality, also known as the son of Tommy Lapid, who started the Shinui (Change) party in 1974, which played a role in politics until 2006.
Rabbi Shai Peron, 48 An educator who served as the head of the Petach Tikvah Yeshiva and chairman of the Hakol Hinuch (Everything is Education) movement to promote education in Israel.
Yael German, 66 Mayor of Herzliya, holds a master's degree in business.
Meir Cohen, 58 Mayor of Dimona, holds a master's degree in Jewish philosophy.
Yaakov Peri, 69 Former head of the Israel Security Agency, CEO of Cellcom and chairman of the Board of Mizrahi-Tefahot Bank.
Ofer Shelah, 53 Journalist and author. Served as a company commander in the IDF Paratroopers and lost an eye in the Lebanon War.
Aliza Lavie, 49 Artist and researcher of Jewish culture. Married with four children. Professor at Bar-Ilan University.
Yoel Razbozov, 33 Netanya City Council member. Renowned athlete who represented Israel in judo at the 2004 Athens Olympics.
Adi Kol, 36 Initiator of a project to help underprivileged youth pursue university studies.
Karin Elharar, 36 Holds a master's degree in statutory law and is the manager of the legal practice department at Bar-Ilan University.
Miki Levy, 62 Former Israel Police commander in Jerusalem and police attache to Washington.
Shimon Solomon, 45 Social worker and social activist in the Ethiopian community.
Ruth Calderon, 52 Educator and researcher. Holds a doctorate in Talmud from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and founded Alma: The House for Hebrew Culture in Tel Aviv.
Pnina Tamano-Shata, 32 Social activist and media specialist. Worked as the legal reporter for Channel 1.
Rina Frankel, 57 An industry specialist who immigrated from the former U.S.S.R. in the 1990s. Served as deputy head of Israel's Employment Services.
Yifat Kariv, 40 Social activist in the field of education. Former head of the youth division of the Ministry for the Development of the Negev and Galilee.
Rabbi Dov Lipman, 39 Social activist working against religious coercion. Holds a master's degree in education.
Boaz Toperovski, 31 Former head of the National Union of Israel Students. Served as a consultant for the welfare and social services minister.
Ronen Hoffman, 50 Expert in foreign policy and political psychology.
Merav Michaeli, 46 Journalist and feminist and part of the Labor peace camp.
Stav Shafir, 27 One of the leaders of the summer 2011 national social protests.
Michal Biran, 34 Head of the youth wing of the Labor party.
Erel Margalit, 52 High-tech entrepreneur. Founder of the Jersualem-based venture capital fund JVP.
Itzik Shmuli, 32 One of the leaders of the summer 2011 national social protests. Former head of the National Union of Israeli Students.
Hilik Bar, 37 Labor party secretary-general. Former member of Jerusalem City Council.
Omer Bar-Lev, 59 Colonel in the IDF reserves. Former commander of Sayeret Matkal (General Staff Reconnaissance Unit).
Micky Rosenthal, 57 Journalist and researcher of various socio-economic topics.
Moshe Mizrahi, 61 Former head of the Israel Police Investigations Unit. Leader of the struggle against corruption.
Naftali Bennett, 40 Served in Sayeret Matkal (General Staff Reconnaissance Unit). High-tech entrepreneur and one of the founders of the Our Israel movement.
Rabbi Eli Ben Dohan, 58 Captain in the IDF reserves. Former manager of the rabbinic courts.
Ayelet Shaked, 36 The only secular member of Habayit Hayehudi. Served as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office manager.
Zvulun Kalfa, 50 Outspoken activist against the Gaza disengagement in 2005. Resident of Samaria.
Avi Vartzman, 42 Educator and deputy mayor of Beersheba, in charge of welfare and social services in the city.
Moti Yogev, 66 Colonel in the IDF reserves. Deputy head of the Binyamin Region Local Council.
Orit Struk, 52 Head of the right-wing NGO the Human Rights Organization of Judea and Samaria. Lives in Hebron.
Yoni Chetboun, 33 Major in the IDF reserves. Served in the Golani Brigade. Earned a merit citation from the chief of general staff.
David Tzur, 54 Former Israel Police Tel Aviv District commander.
Elazar Stern, 56 Major-general in the IDF reserves. Former head of the IDF Personnel Directorate.
Michal Rozen, 43 Leader of the successful effort to convict former President Moshe Katsav on rape charges.
Issawi Frej, 49 Accountant and a Meretz activist for 25 years. Served in a number of public offices.
Tamar Zandberg, 36 Doctoral student. A member of the Tel Aviv City Council for the Meretz party.
United Torah Judaism:
Yaakov Asher, 48 Mayor of Bnei Barak. Considered a star in the ultra-Orthodox community.
Taleb Abu Arar, 45 Holds a master's degree in statutory law.
National Democratic Assembly:
Bassel Jatas, 44 Founder of a number of Arab organizations including Atijah: Haifa Civil Society.