Members of Jewish Home’s choice of candidates in the upcoming Ramat Gan municipal elections is “a quality group representing a diverse cross-section of the population,” as Deputy Mayor Avihu Ben Moshe describes it.
Top slot goes to Deputy Mayor Avihu Ben Moshe, 37, a resident of Ramat Amidar and a clinical social worker and guidance counselor by profession. He also serves as chairman of the Planning and Building holds the portfolio for Social Affairs in Ramat Gan’s municipal council.
Second place goes to City Council member, and representative of pensioners, Haim Gellerman, 66, who has been a resident of Ramat Gan for 50 years. He serves as the Chairman of the Department of Torah Culture at City Hall.
All six of the candidates are natives of Ramat Gan.