Bavarian capital Munich is also expected to be in
governed by an SPD mayor for the next six years. The incumbent was in the runoff Dieter Reiter (SPD) like
clearly expected ahead of Kristina Frank (CSU). After
Just under two thirds of the votes, Reiter came to 71.4
Percent, as the district administration reported. The
The end result is expected in the course of Monday.
had in the first ballot two weeks ago with 47.9 percent of the vote
narrowly missed the absolute majority. Frank came at 21.3
Percent in the Runoff, just before the Greens candidate Katrin Habenschaden, the
20.7 percent received. in the
The Greens are the city's strongest force, however.
has been Mayor of Munich since May 2014 – the city has been run by the SPD rules.
SPD loses in Nuremberg and wins in Ingolstadt
the municipal elections led to other Bavarian cities
Change of power. So will Nuremberg in the future by the CSU instead of the
SPD rules. CSU candidate
Marcus König sat down
52.5 percent against the SPD applicant Thorsten Brehm by on
47.5 percent came. Since the end of the war, the city has had one
six-year period, previously only SPD politician as mayor.
The previous incumbent Ulrich Maly was not in office after 18 years
In Ingolstad, the SPD won the runoff
decide. There, SPD candidate Christian Scharpf won
59.3 percent of the votes against
Incumbent Christian Lösel (CSU), of the
40.7 percent received.
Given the spread of the
Coronavirus found the second round of local elections to be pure
Postal vote instead. The voting papers were sent to all voters – there were no polling stations for the first time in the history of the Bavarian local elections.