|Election Year||Votes Count||Number Of Seats||Share Of Votes||List Of Candidates||Platform|
Note that the candidates and platforms in this table are in Hebrew.
* For the 2013 election results see Likud Beitenu. In 1996 Likud ran on a joint list with Gesher and Tzomet.
Menachem Begin, Yitzchak Shamir, Benjamin Netanyahu, Ariel Sharon, David Levy, Moshe Arens, Yitzhak Moda'i, Moshe Nissim, Dan Meridor, Ehud Olmert, Moshe Katzav, Silvan Shalom.
Although several members of Herut and the Liberal Party members served as ministers in the governments of Levi Eshkol and Golda Meir in the late 1960's, it was only in 1977 that the Likud itself came to power. From 1977 to 1984, Likud members of Knesset served in high-ranking ministerial positions such as the Ministry of Defense (Ezer Weizmann, Ariel Sharon, and Moshe Arens), the Ministry of Finance (Simcha Erlich, Yigal Horowitz, and Yoram Aridor) and the Foreign Ministry (Yitzchak Shamir). Many members of the Likud also served as ministers in the rotation governments of the 11th Knesset and in the governments of the 12th Knesset.
The Likud once again led the government after the elections for the Fourteenth Knesset in 1996, when it ran in a joint list with the Gesher and Tzomet parties. In that government, in addition to the position of prime minister, the Likud controlled important ministries such as Finance (Dan Meridor) and Defense (Yitzchak Mordechai). The Likud once again became the party with the highest number of cabinet members in 2001 to 2005, when the governments of Ariel Sharon were in power.
In the government that was formed after the elections for the 18th Knesset in 2009, 15 ministers were members of the Likud. These included the Minister of Finance (Yuval Steinetz), the Minister of Education (Gideon Sa'ar), the Communications Minister (Moshe Kachalon), and the Minister of Transportation (Yisrael Katz).