Both of them featured a pro-BDS, anti-Zionist nominee, Eran Cohen, whom Haaretz called a "top candidate" and featured in a fawning 1300 word article and interview.
You would not have even known the name of the other two nominees if you use Haaretz are your only source for Jewish news around the world.
The election results came out today.
The winner was Joshua Holt.
Cohen received mere 89 votes out of the 1049 votes cast.
(h/t Jonathan Hoffman)
UPDATE: Here's how Haaretz reported the story:
It included a video of the loser. Even with a crushing defeat, Haaretz cannot help but promote the candidate who is explicitly against the existence of Israel.
It did not mention that Cohen received only 89 votes against Josh Holt's 682.