The essential Eitan Ginzburg

An interview with Ra’anana’s current acting mayor – who happens to be gay – about his desire to do another term and ‘Make Ahuza Street great again.’

October 25, 2018 14:28
The essential Eitan Ginzburg

‘WHEN ALL of my friends left [Ra’anana] to do different things, I stayed because I really love this city – and I love public service.’. (photo credit: GUY ARDITI)


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Eitan Ginzburg is a politician with an impressive past and a promising future.

After 15 years on the city council of Ra’anana – a city comprised of over 20% olim from English-speaking countries – he became acting mayor when longtime mayor Ze’ev Bielski departed to lead the National Housing Authority. With Bielski’s endorsement, Ginzburg is now running for mayor in his own right. His picture adorns flyers, posters and banners from one end of Ra’anana to the other, and he is constantly campaigning.


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