PARTY Freising has already clarified the chancellor question and elected its candidates for the federal election: Daniel Weigelt was unanimously chosen as direct and chancellor candidate.
- While the Union parties were still discussing the question of the candidate for chancellor and before the Greens even sent Annalena Baerbock into the race, the party Die PARTTEI Freising had already clarified the question of the chancellor and elected its candidates for the federal election. On Saturday, the satirical party carried out its assembly meeting for constituency 214, at which Daniel Weigelt (47) from Freising was unanimously chosen as direct and chancellor candidate of PARTY Freising. According to its self-image, the PARTY will run for the Bundestag election with 299 chancellor candidates, because every direct candidate is also a candidate for chancellor.
On the vita of the Chancellor candidate from Freising: Weigelt was born in Dresden and gained his first political experience with the young pioneers.
In his early years he was also artistically active in the sparrow choir of his school.
He moved to the Freising district in 2007 and joined PARTY in 2018.
His goal for the future chancellorship is: “Everything has to get better.
The AfD has to go. "
Manuel Huber from Attenkirchen on list position 55
The PARTY Freising is also represented on the state list of Bavaria.
18-year-old Manuel Huber from Attenkirchen reached 55th place on the list at the Bavarian regional association's convention. Huber is a member of the volunteer fire brigade and is in the eleventh grade of the Camerloher grammar school in Freising.
Since he will presumably be younger than any other member of the Bundestag, it is in his own interest to advocate young and sustainable politics.
"If you don't vote for me, you're a stupid man," he says.
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