Anna has been a resident of Ra’anana for 42 years, a veteran immigrant from Uruguay, Anna speaks Spanish, Hebrew and English, is an interior designer and architect, a graphic artist and has a certificate for early childhood education. Anna owns an independent design and interior architecture office, and worked as a preschool teacher.
Since 2018, Anna has been a member of the city council, and an active member of 9 municipal committees.
As the chairperson of the Women’s Council, she initiated and promoted free self-defense courses for women, developed support groups for women recovering from breast cancer, computer courses for women, and support groups for families after childbirth.
Anna volunteered for years in the parents’ committees in the city, served as the chairperson of the drug prevention committee at Ostrovsky High School, volunteered for 8 years in the civil guard of the Volunteered police, and worked in the red ribbon project to prevent traffic accidents, as well as in the public libraries project.
Anna will serve as number 2 on the “Raananim” list (which is marked by the letter “ק” on the voting slip) led by Nir Crystal.
Anna: “Nir and I met when we served in the city council, found a common language and worked together. In light of my acquaintance with Nir and his plans for Ra’anana, I came to the conclusion that together we can restore Ra’anana to its place as a leading city in Israel in all areas of life as it was in the past and as it deserves in the future.”
Say “where do I vote”? Why didn’t I get a note? How does my son/daughter vote in the IDF?
Here is all the necessary information for election day in Ra’anana!
There are two options for locating the polling place:
Question: Why didn’t I receive the note in the mail?
Answer: Most of us did not receive them. These are notes sent by the Ministry of the Interior, but they are intended for information only about the polling place, they are not necessary for voting!!!
What should we bring to the polling station?
How many notes do you vote with?
You will receive two envelopes:
One for the yellow note – for direct election to mayor (Nir Crystal),
and the second for the white note – to select the list for the city council (ק Ra’ananim led by Nir Crystal).
Make sure you only take one note !!! of each kind and put them in the envelopes, otherwise your vote could be rejected.
And our children, our amazing soldiers?
They vote in the bases. After identifying themselves to the polling staff, they will receive envelopes like you but unlike us, they will receive a blank yellow note and a blank white note.
Why are they blank? Because troops from other cities will stand behind them in line and it is not possible to bring all the notes from all over the country to each base.
Therefore: they must write their choice in their handwriting.
In our case :
Nir Crystal – on the yellow note,
ק Ra’ananim led by Nir Crystal – on the white ticket.
Do not add anything other than this text on the notes.
And most importantly – election day is a vacation. It is designed so that we all go to vote and influence our future. Because only those who vote really influence.
I invite you to elect me for mayor and a list of Ra’ananim (ק) under my leadership for the city council.
Nir Crystal and the list of Ra’ananim (ק)