Kadima candidate wins Yerhuam Council election

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 24, 2010 07:15




Kadima Party candidate Michael Biton won elections for the Yeruham Council, according to a statement released by a Kadima spokesperson Wednesday morning.

Biton won 44 percent of the vote, defeating Likud candidate and former head of the council Moti Abisror, who pulled in 30 percent of the vote and Israel Beiteinu candidate Ilan Elmakies, who pulled in 21%.

Kadima welcomed Biton's win with great satisfaction, according to the statement, and said it was an "impressive achievement" that crosses the boundaries of Yeruham.


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