Likud party members chose their would-be Knesset members on Sunday and Monday.

Below are the results of those Likud primaries, adjusted so that places reserved for women, regional representatives and so on are taken into account. (Lower down is the original roster of votes on the “national” list, before the adjustments.)

Prime Minister and party chairman Benjamin Netanyahu has some capacity to adjust this list, which might elevate some candidates who do not appear in the top 35 below, including Benny Begin (who ranked 22 in the original, non-adjusted “national” list, and Avi Dichter (who was at 24 in the national list), and to downgrade others. Dan Meridor (29 in the original national list, is too low to have any propect of making even an adjusted slate).

Netanyahu may also have various other means of minor adjustment, but these are unlikely to radically change the Likud roster.

Once it is finalized, the list will be merged with the candidates selected by Avigdor Liberman’s Yisrael Beytenu ticket. Netanyahu and Liberman will be placed first and second on the merged list. After that, each two Likud candidates will be followed by one Yisrael Beytenu candidate. The two parties have 42 seats between them in the outgoing Knesset; polls suggest they may not win quite as many seats in January 22’s elections, but will still constitute the heart of Israel’s next governing coalition.

The Likud list as chosen in the party’s primaries:

1 – Benjamin Netanyahu
2 – Gideon Sa’ar
3 – Gilad Erdan
4 – Silvan Shalom
5 – Yisrael Katz
6 – Danny Danon
7 – Reuven Rivlin
8 – Moshe Ya’alon
9 – Ze’ev Elkin
10 – Tzipi Hotovely
11 – Yariv Levin
12 – Yuli Edelstein
13 – Haim Katz
14 – Miri Regev
15 – Moshe Feiglin
16 – Yuval Steinitz
17 – Tzachi Hanegbi
18 – Limor Livnat
19 – Ofir Akunis
20 – Gila Gamliel
21 – Carmel Shama Hacohen
22 – David Bitton
23 – Uri Faraj
24 – Keti Shitrit
25 – Ayoub Kara
26 – Shuki Ohana
27 – David Amsalem
28 – Yitzchak Danino
29 – Keren Barak
30 – Abraham Negosa
31 – David Even Tzur
32 – Shai Keinan
33 – Avraham Simhon
34 – Nurit Koren
35 – Moshe Ben Zaken

The “national” list before regional slots, slots for women, etc, were taken into account:

1 – Benjamin Netanyahu
2 – Gideon Sa’ar
3 – Gilad Erdan
4 – Silvan Shalom
5 – Yisrael Katz
6 – Danny Danon
7 – Reuven Rivlin
8 – Moshe Ya’alon
9 – Ze’ev Elkin
10 – Yariv Levin
11 – Yuli Edelstein
12 – Haim Katz
13 – Tzipi Hotovely
14 – Miri Regev
15 – Moshe Feiglin
16 – Yuval Steinitz
17 – Tzachi Hanegbi
18 – Limor Livnat
19 – Ofir Akunis
20 – Gila Gamliel
21 – Carmel Shama Hacohen
22 – Benny Begin
23 – Keti Shitrit
24 – Avi Dichter
25 – Lea Nass
26 – Arye Bibi
27 – Zion Pidyan
28 – Keren Barak
29 – Dan Meridor
30 – Ayoub Kara
31 – Michael Eitan
32 – Gabi Avital
33 – Abraham Negosa
34 – Zalman Shoval
35 – Abad Afif
36 – Elali Admaso
37 – Nurit Koren
38 – Yuliana Eliezer