|Election Year||Votes Count||Seats Count||Votes Percent||List Of Candidates||Platform|
Note that the lists of candidates and platforms below are in Hebrew.
*In the elections of 2003 and 2006, the Labor Party ran on a joint list with Meimad.
Levi Eshkol, Golda Meir, Yigal Allon, Pinhas Sapir, Moshe Dayan, Yitzhak Rabin, Shimon Peres, Ehud Barak, Binyamin (Fouad) Ben-Eliezer, Amram Mitzna, Amir Peretz, Shelly Yachimovich.
The Labor Party, in its various incarnations, was a member of many of Israel's governments. The original parties that made up Labor, including major stakeholder Mapai, headed the coalition government from 1949–1965. Once the Labor Party was founded, it continued to play a central role in Israeli governments. The party controlled the main executive offices, including the Foreign Ministry, the Ministry of Finance, the Defense Ministry, and the Education Ministry. In 1977, the Labor Party found itself in the opposition for the first time (as part of the "Alignment"), where it remained until 1984.
From 1984–1990, Labor played a central role in the Unity Governments, and many Labor MKs served as ministers, with Yitzhak Rabin serving as Defense Minister throughout that period. In 1990, Labor moved to the opposition for the second time. After the elections for the 13th Knesset in 1992, the Labor Party, led by Yitzhak Rabin, returned to head the coalition and had 13 ministers in the government. After three years in the opposition during the 14th Knesset (1996–1999), the Labor Party once again returned to leadership, this time within the framework of "One Israel" (Yisrael Ahat). Since 2001, however, the Labor Party has only been a secondary partner in governments headed by the Likud and Kadima.