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Bundestag election: an overview of all candidates for Miesbach and Tölz

2021-09-27T03:38:47.434Z

District - On September 26th there is a general election. The yellow sheet presents an overview of all candidates from constituency 223 for the districts of Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen and Miesbach.



District - On September 26th there is a general election.

The yellow sheet presents an overview of all candidates from constituency 223 for the districts of Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen and Miesbach.

The general election is on Sunday, September 26th.

The polling stations are then open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

In constituency 223, which includes the districts of Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen and Miesbach, there are ten direct candidates for the first vote and 26 parties for the second vote.

In the previous federal elections in 2013 and 2017, Alexander Radwan (CSU) was in the lead and was given the mandate to represent the Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen and Miesbach districts in Berlin.

Hannes Gräbner (SPD) and Karl Bär (Greens) are also not running for the first time in the federal election for constituency 223.

You can currently read about the outcome of the 2021 federal election on September 26th at www.dasgelbeblatt.de.

Ten direct candidates to choose from

Everyone can make two crosses on Sunday - the first and the second vote.

The yellow sheet

explains what it is all about.

Germany consists of 16 federal states.

Representatives from all together form the Bundestag, which is re-elected every four years and meets in Berlin.

The MPs are elected by all citizens in Germany who are older than 18 years.

There are currently 709 people's representatives on the body that will later also elect the Federal Chancellor.


26 parties stand for the Bundestag

Before the election day, every eligible voter will receive a voting notification in the mail to the address at which they are registered.

You can then read about when, where and how you can vote.

This document must be brought with you to choose, as well as an identity card or a passport to prove your own identity.

On the back of the voting notification you will find the request for postal voting if you want to vote in peace at home or if you do not have time on election day.


In the federal election you have two votes.

The first vote elects a politician, the direct candidate for constituency 223. The one with the most votes will move into the Bundestag.

In the districts of Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen and Miesbach you can choose from:


  • Alexander Radwan (CSU)

  • Hannes Gräbner (SPD)

  • Béatrice Vesterling (FDP)

  • Karl Bear (Alliance 90 / The Greens)

  • Erich Utz (The Left)

  • Christian Kaul (Free Voters)

  • Jan-Philipp van Olfen (ÖDP)

  • Marinus Thurnhuber (Bavaria Party)

  • Florian Merkl (The PARTY)

  • Susanne Ehlers (the base).

With the second vote you choose a party.

This influences which parties get how many seats in the Bundestag.

The following parties are possible in constituency 223, i.e. the districts of Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen and Miesbach:

  • CSU

  • SPD

  • AfD

  • FDP

  • Green

  • The left

  • Free voters

  • ÖDP

  • Animal welfare party

  • BP

  • The party

  • Pirates

  • NPD

  • V party³

  • Health research

  • MLPD

  • DKP

  • the base

  • Alliance C

  • III.

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  • LKR

  • The humanists

  • Team Todenhöfer

  • Independent

  • Volt.

After the polling stations close at 6 p.m. on Sunday, September 26th, the votes will be counted.

Since this time there is only a federal election, it shouldn't take too long until the election workers have counted the votes and an initial result is available.

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Source: merkur

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