Main-Kinzig – Waiterau II – Schöten Germany is electing a new Bundestag for the 20th time. In the constituency of Main-Kinzig – Wetterau II – Schöten, tens of thousands of people are called to cast their votes. Here you’ll find all the information about the constituency ahead of the election – and all the results and analysis on election evening.
In this lesson you will find all information about constituency 175 – constituency Main-Kinzig – Wetterau II – before elections in the state of Hesse. On the evening of 26 September, we will provide you with all the important results for the 2021 federal election in the constituency. In addition to the results of the first and second votes, it also includes information about the winner of all result developments, voter turnout and direct mandates.
Who will win the direct mandate in the Main-Kinzig – Wetterau II – Schöten constituency?
The first vote in the 299 constituencies determines which party can send the candidate directly to the Bundestag. The first 299 seats will be filled in the Bundestag. In the constituency of Main-Kinzig – Wetterau II – Schöten, the CDU got the first votes in the last election in 2017.
The following candidates from the parties previously represented in the Bundestag will stand for election on 26 September 2021:
- Johannes Thomas Maria Wigelmann (CDU)
- Betina Muller (SPD)
- Mariana Iris Harder-Kuhnell (AFD)
- Andrea Clara Rahan-Fur (FDP)
- Stella Louise Smith (left)
- Maximilian Nut Kiesel (Greens)
Note: This text was generated automatically, details can be found below. For the sake of clarity, we list only the direct candidates of the six parties represented as parliamentary groups in the Bundestag. However, it is very likely that there are still other candidates up for election in your constituency. You can view it on your ballot and on the Federal Returning Officer’s website.
The first vote results of the individual candidates of the major parties as well as the cumulative results of all other parties for the 2017 Bundestag election can be found in the following paragraphs. On the evening of the federal parliament election 2021, on 26 September, you will also find here the first vote results of the parties in the constituency Main-Kinzig – Wetterau II – Schöten.
2017 first vote result for the constituency Main-Kinzig – Wetterau II – Schöten
- CDU: 36.4 percent, 49,479 votes
While the first vote determines the direct candidate, the second vote determines how many seats a party can hold in the German parliament. Other places are allocated through the so-called State List of Parties.
Second vote results of the major parties as well as the cumulative results of all other parties for the 2017 Bundestag election can be found in the following paragraphs. On the evening of the federal parliament election 2021, on 26 September, you will also find here the second vote results of the parties in the constituency Main-Kinzig – Wetterau II – Schöten.
Second vote result 2017 for the constituency Main-Kinzig – Wetterau II – Schöten
- CDU: 31.7 percent, 43,147 votes
Voting for the constituency Main-Kinzig – Wetterau II – Schöten
In the 2017 federal election, about 77.1 percent of those eligible to vote cast their vote. A total of 135,869 people exercised their franchise, 179,307 were called. 2,324 first-vote ballots were deemed invalid, and 2,167 two-votes were entered incorrectly and could not be counted accordingly.
It is the constituency of Main-Kinzig – Wetterau II – Schöten.
The constituency Main-Kinzig – Wetterau II – Schöten is a 175 of a total of 299 constituencies in Germany and comprises a total of 24 municipalities. A total of 233,900 people live here, which places the constituency in the 40th place with a population of 299. More than 83 million people live in Germany, so the average population in each of the 299 constituencies should be around 280,000.
On average, each resident of this constituency has an annual income of 24,511 euros. This places the constituency 241st in the ranking of all constituencies in Germany. The proportion of foreigners who are not eligible to vote in the total population is 10.7 percent. That is, 19th place out of 299 seats. The constituency ranks 139th in terms of the share of the unemployed among all employed persons – the rate was last at 5.2 percent.
More about federal elections 2021
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