The March 2 general elections in Israel – the third in 11 months – remain contested and uncertain, crossed by scandals, fake news and harsh propaganda. The country is facing an unprecedented political situation, with a heavy toll on governance and policymaking. According to the latest polls, neither Benjamin Netanyahu nor Benny Gantz will cobble together a majority: the scenario of a fourth election is increasingly likely. Trump's Peace Plan and its still unpredictable outcomes for Israel, the Palestinians and the region have added even more uncertainty to this situation. What is it at stake? How will Washington's Middle East plan impact the Israeli vote? Has Netanyahu’s time in power come to an end?