On September 26, 2021, the citizens of Germany decided to form the 20th German Bundestag: a transgender woman, Tessa Ganserer, would most likely have made it to the Bundestag via the list of the Bavarian Greens. On the list were No. 13 green Bavarians, who, according to forecasts, brought 13.9 per cent. Ganserer has been a member of the Bavarian State Parliament since 2013. In November 2018, she came out publicly as transgender.
In the northern district of Nuremberg, Jansserer fought neck and neck with SPD candidate Gabriela Heinrich for second place behind Sebastian Brehm (CSU). Ganserer finally received 22.6% of the first vote, and Heinrich 21.9%. Ganserer told BR she had achieved a “great result”, which was a sign of an open and tolerant society.
RedaktionsNetzwerk Deutschland (RND) displays a separate results page for each constituency – here for the northern constituency of Nuremberg.
Until the returning federal official announces the results of the 2021 elections, the results of the 2017 Bundestag elections will be available here.
+++ 2021 federal election results in all districts +++
The results of the Bundestag elections in the northern district of Nuremberg
In the Nuremberg-Nord constituency, the parties obtained the following shares from the second vote:
Compared to the 2017 Bundestag elections, this means the following changes in party percentage points:
In comparison with the other districts, the North Nuremberg district is as follows:
The first vote determines the direct candidate who reaches the German Bundestag. In the northern district of Nuremberg, the parties got this first vote result:
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