The general meeting of the CSU local branch in Schongau also took place under unusual circumstances.
"In the Bommersbach joinery there was enough space to keep a sufficient distance, and masks were worn all the time," reports secretary Michael Eberle afterwards.
The general meeting was pulled through tightly and, despite the elections, ended after about 45 minutes.
- "In these difficult times, the members wanted continuity," sums up Eberle.
Oliver Kellermann was confirmed as local chairman with over 95 percent.
The deputies Barbara Eichelberg, Kornelia Funke and Peter Bommersbach also got convincing results, as did the treasurer Evelyne Paul and Michael Eberle as secretaries.
Markus Wühr left the assessors.
For this, Florian Jocher moved up to the local executive committee.
"He had a convincing result in the city council elections," said Eberle.
The assessors Luitpold Braun, Marianne Porsche-Rohrer, Michael Reith, Thomas Schleich, Ingrid Steffek, Florian Stögbauer and Robert Stöhr were confirmed in office.
The office of digital commissioner, which Johannes Eberle will take over, is new.
The general meeting was absolutely necessary because the district delegates had to be determined, a building block for the nomination of the candidate for the federal election.
Local chairman Kellermann wished that the next election could take place in a somewhat more normal setting and that there would also be time for a bit of discussion and exchange.