Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been re-elected as head of his conservative Likud party as he gets ready for early elections in March.
Netanyahu trounced his sole challenger, far-right politician Danny Danon.
The prime minister called for new elections two years early after his shaky coalition Cabinet fell apart last month.
Netanyahu is looking for a third consecutive term as Israeli prime minister.
The latest polls show his Likud party in a tight race with a joint liberal ticket made up of the Labor and Hatnuah parties. Recent opinion polls also show rising support for the far-right nationalist Jewish Home party.
The general election is set for March 17.