Status: 26/09/2023, 13:18 p.m.
By: Volker Ufertinger
Britta Hundesrügge makes another attempt at the Maximilianeum. © private
Britta Hundesrügge (FDP) from Gauting narrowly missed entering the Maximilianeum in the last state election. Now she is running again.
District – Britta Hundesrügge became a radio journalist after studying sports, journalism and political science. A few years ago, she founded a company with her husband. Because of education policy, she joined the FDP in 2008. She is known in local politics as a municipal councillor and as a district councillor. Five years ago, she narrowly missed entering the state parliament.
Ms. Hundesrügge, what is your most important topic – and what else do you want to stand up for in the state parliament?
Education, small and medium-sized businesses, crafts and the compatibility of family and career are my main topics. We need a strong economy and the jobs that come with it. We can only get skilled workers by providing our young people with excellent training with schools that do not close at 13 p.m. and a reliable daycare center. After all, it is usually women who (have to) give up or reduce their jobs because there are not enough daycare places.
What do you want to achieve for the constituency?
I will work to ensure that we maintain a university connection in aerospace technology and that the Oberpfaffenhofen site becomes a STArCounty worldwide.
Why should they choose you?
Because I am assertive and implement my topics. I have proven this as a founder here in the district. In addition, we need a party that focuses on liberal ideas, the belief in people's creative power.
Which government constellation would you like to see – and which one do you think is realistic?
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Fancy a voyage of discovery?
I would like to see the FDP participate in government. It is important that the topics of business and education bear our signature, so that Bavaria looks to the future with confidence and open-mindedness.
How do you see the role of your party in the next five years?
Above all, the FDP will ensure that we become leaner in our administrative structures. The processes take too long. We do not need regulations that only apply to a maximum of ten per cent of citizens, but 90 per cent are restricted by them.
Name: Britta Hundesrügge
Marital status: married, three children
Occupation: Journalist and entrepreneur
Hobbies/passions: traveling, playing cards with friends, hiking, enjoying the county