Ludwigshafen / Frankenthal: election result & winner constituency 207 – federal election 2021

Dhe polling stations are closed, the 20th German Bundestag has been elected. A total of 60.4 million people in Germany in 299 constituencies were called upon to elect their representatives in the new German Bundestag.

In the Ludwigshafen / Frankenthal constituency, too, every adult with German citizenship had two votes: With the first vote, the constituency member was directly elected from 299 constituencies. With the second vote you chose the national list of a party.

In the Federal Republic of Germany a total of 61,168,234 voters were registered in 2021.

Christian Schreider, SPD, wins direct mandate in the Ludwigshafen / Frankenthal constituency

Ludwigshafen / Frankenthal will be represented in the coming legislative period by Christian Schreider from the SPD party in the German Bundestag.

The result of the first votes at a glance:

SPD, Christian Schreider: 50,108 votes (32.8 percent)

CDU, Jens Torbjörn Kartes: 38,193 votes (25 percent)

AfD, Stefan Scheil: 17,740 votes (11.6 percent)

GRÜNE, Armin Grau: 17,061 votes (11.2 percent)

FDP, Michael Goldschmidt: 13,687 votes (9 percent)

FW, Hans Arndt: 7,411 votes (4.9 percent)

DIE LINKE, Liborio Ciccarello: 4,648 votes (3 percent)

dieBasis, Alexander Kiesow: 1,935 votes (1.3 percent)

Ind., Martin Schöne: 1,644 votes (1.1 percent)

LKR, Markus Böhm: 202 votes (0.1 percent)

MLPD, Lieselotte Seiberth: 159 votes (0.1 percent)

Federal Parliament election 2021: Distribution of the second votes in Ludwigshafen / Frankenthal

SPD: 45,896 votes (29.9 percent)

CDU: 33,727 votes (22 percent)

FDP: 18,420 votes (12 percent)

AfD: 18,075 votes (11.8 percent)

GREENS: 18,128 votes (11.8 percent)

FW: 4,789 votes (3.1 percent)

DIE LINKE: 4,651 votes (3 percent)

Animal Welfare Party: 2,765 votes (1.8 percent)

the base: 1,671 votes (1.1 percent)

The PARTY: 1,308 votes (0.9 percent)

Team Todenhöfer: 1,273 votes (0.8 percent)

Volt: 742 votes (0.5 percent)

PIRATES: 660 votes (0.4 percent)

NPD: 252 votes (0.2 percent)

LKR: 100 votes (0.1 percent)

DiB: 161 votes (0.1 percent)

V-Party³: 164 votes (0.1 percent)

ÖDP: 226 votes (0.1 percent)

MLPD: 79 votes (0.1 percent)

The humanists: 172 votes (0.1 percent)

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Turnout in the constituency of Ludwigshafen / Frankenthal

In the 2021 federal election, a total of 210,969 voters were registered in constituency 207. The turnout in the constituency of Ludwigshafen / Frankenthal was 73.5 percent this year. There were a total of 154,957 first votes, of which 152,788 were valid. There were a total of 154,957 second votes in the constituency, of which 152,788 were valid.

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The constituency of Ludwigshafen / Frankenthal voted for the last election in 2017

In the 2017 federal election, the votes in the Ludwigshafen / Frankenthal constituency were distributed as follows:

First votes:

CDU: 32.1 percent

SPD: 31.9 percent

AfD: 14.5 percent

FDP: 7.5 percent

DIE LINKE: 5.6 percent

GREEN: 5.5 percent

FW: 2.6 percent

MLPD: 0.3 percent

Second votes:

CDU: 30.9 percent

SPD: 25 percent

AfD: 15.5 percent

FDP: 10.2 percent

GREEN: 7.3 percent

DIE LINKE: 6.7 percent

FW: 1.5 percent

The PARTY: 1.1 percent

PIRATES: 0.6 percent

NPD: 0.4 percent

V-Party³: 0.3 percent

ÖDP: 0.2 percent

MLPD: 0.1 percent

The turnout for the 2017 federal election in the Ludwigshafen / Frankenthal constituency was 75.1 percent.

In all of Germany, the voter turnout in 2017 was 76.2 percent.

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