Marciano for mayor?

The former Labor MK believes he will win the Lod leadership race.

By TAL ARIEL AMIR
April 5, 2013 03:35
Asaf Kliger

Marciano 521. (photo credit: ‘Every single resident of Lod understands that I a)

 
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When Yoram Marciano was in ninth grade, his teacher at the Shakdiel High School in Lod, Leah Katz, approached him and reprimanded him for the thousandth time that he must show up for class and not just come to take the tests.

“Don’t worry about my studies,” he told his teacher with a smile. “In any case, I’m going to be the mayor, because that’s what interests me. If there were a school that taught how to become a mayor, I would go there instead.”

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