Cuxhaven – Stade II

Cuxhaven – Stade II is an electoral constituency (German: Wahlkreis) represented in the Bundestag. It elects one member via first-past-the-post voting. Under the current constituency numbering system, it is designated as constituency 29. It is located in northern Lower Saxony, comprising the Cuxhaven district and the northern part of the Stade district.[1]

29 Cuxhaven – Stade II
electoral district
for the Bundestag
Bundestagswahlkreis 29-2013.svg
Cuxhaven – Stade II in 2013
StateLower Saxony
Population234,700 (2015)
Electorate187,679 (2017)
Major settlementsCuxhaven
Geestland
Area2,573.6 km2
Current electoral district
Created2009
PartyCDU
MemberEnak Ferlemann
Elected2009, 2013, 2017

Cuxhaven – Stade II was created for the 2009 federal election. Since 2009, it has been represented by Enak Ferlemann of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU).[2]

GeographyEdit

Cuxhaven – Stade II is located in northern Lower Saxony. As of the 2021 federal election, it comprises the entirety of the district of Cuxhaven and the northern part of the district of Stade, specifically the municipality of Drochtersen and the Samtgemeinden of Nordkehdingen and Oldendorf-Himmelpforten.[1]

HistoryEdit

Cuxhaven – Stade II was created in 2009 and contained parts of the abolished constituencies of Cuxhaven – Osterholz and Stade – Cuxhaven. In the 2009 election, it was constituency 30 in the numbering system. Since the 2013 election, it has been constituency 29. Its borders have not changed since its creation.

MembersEdit

The constituency has been held by Enak Ferlemann of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) since its creation.

Election Member Party %
2009 Enak Ferlemann CDU 38.6
2013 46.8
2017 42.7

Election resultsEdit

2021 electionEdit

Federal election (2021): Cuxhaven – Stade II[3]
Notes:

Blue background denotes the winner of the electorate vote.
Pink background denotes a candidate elected from their party list.
Yellow background denotes an electorate win by a list member, or other incumbent.
A  Y or  N denotes status of any incumbent, win or lose respectively.

Party Candidate Votes % ±% Party votes % ±%
CDU  Y Enak Ferlemann
SPD Daniel Schneider
Green Stefan Wenzel
AfD Hans Olaf Kappelt
FDP Günter Wichert
Left Dietmar Buttler
PARTEI Dirk Sieling
Tierschutzpartei Susanne Berghoff
FW Claudia Theis
Pirates  
NPD  
V-Partei³
ÖDP  
MLPD  
DKP  
dieBasis Peter Jens von der Geest
du.
LKR  
The Humanists
Team Todenhöfer
Volt  
Informal votes
Total Valid votes
Turnout
[[|N/A]] hold Majority

2017 electionEdit

Federal election (2017): Cuxhaven – Stade II[4]
Notes:

Blue background denotes the winner of the electorate vote.
Pink background denotes a candidate elected from their party list.
Yellow background denotes an electorate win by a list member, or other incumbent.
A  Y or  N denotes status of any incumbent, win or lose respectively.

Party Candidate Votes % ±% Party votes % ±%
CDU  Y Enak Ferlemann 59,930 42.7   4.0 54,163 38.5   5.4
SPD Susanne Puvogel 43,077 30.7   5.7 38,923 27.7   5.8
AfD Peter Würdig 11,862 8.5   5.5 12,650 9.0   5.5
Green Marcel Duda 8,491 6.1   0.1 9,709 6.9   0.2
Left Nadije Memedi 8,121 5.8   2.2 9,121 6.5   1.9
FDP Marco Rützel 6,984 5.0   3.6 11,483 8.2   4.5
FW Lutz Mehrtens 1,828 1.3 907 0.6   0.2
Tierschutzpartei   1,338 1.0   0.2
PARTEI   890 0.6
Pirates   410 0.3   1.2
NPD   396 0.3   0.7
DM 181 0.1
BGE   163 0.1
V-Partei³ 133 0.1
ÖDP   106 0.1
DiB 100 0.1
MLPD   26 0.0   0.0
DKP   20 0.0
Informal votes 1,433 1,007
Total Valid votes 140,293 140,719
Turnout 141,276 75.5   2.4
CDU hold Majority 16,853 12.0   1.6

2013 electionEdit

Federal election (2013): Cuxhaven – Stade II[5]
Notes:

Blue background denotes the winner of the electorate vote.
Pink background denotes a candidate elected from their party list.
Yellow background denotes an electorate win by a list member, or other incumbent.
A  Y or  N denotes status of any incumbent, win or lose respectively.

Party Candidate Votes % ±% Party votes % ±%
CDU  Y Enak Ferlemann 63,431 46.8   8.2 59,699 43.9   9.1
SPD Gunnar Wegener 49,395 36.4   1.3 45,534 33.5   3.2
Green Eva Viehoff 8,326 6.1   0.1 9,592 7.1   1.8
Left Guido Hagelstede 4,904 3.6   4.1 6,241 4.6   4.3
AfD Bernhard Vogel 4,034 3.0 4,753 3.5
FDP Karl Behn 1,872 1.4   6.4 4,924 3.6   9.2
Pirates Christian Braun 2,120 1.6 1,968 1.4   0.0
NPD Andreas Haack 1,306 1.0   0.4 1,270 0.9   0.2
Tierschutzpartei   1,074 0.8   0.0
FW   586 0.4
RRP Gerald Lukas 273 0.2
PRO 140 0.1
PBC 101 0.1
REP   43 0.0
MLPD   42 0.0   0.0
Informal votes 1,490 1,184
Total Valid votes 135,661 135,967
Turnout 137,151 73.1   1.3
CDU hold Majority 14,036 10.4   9.5

2009 electionEdit

Federal election (2009): Cuxhaven – Stade II[6]
Notes:

Blue background denotes the winner of the electorate vote.
Pink background denotes a candidate elected from their party list.
Yellow background denotes an electorate win by a list member, or other incumbent.
A  Y or  N denotes status of any incumbent, win or lose respectively.

Party Candidate Votes % ±% Party votes % ±%
CDU Enak Ferlemann 51,654 38.6   0.9 46,707 34.8   0.5
SPD Thurid Küber 50,481 37.7   11.3 40,643 30.3   13.8
FDP Frank Erkner 10,426 7.8   4.1 17,146 12.8   4.4
Left Ulrich Schröder 10,307 7.7   4.9 11,920 8.9   4.5
Green Beate Adler 8,379 6.3   2.9 11,885 8.9   2.7
Pirates   1,938 1.4
NPD Helmut Walter 1,828 1.4   0.0 1,567 1.3   0.1
Tierschutzpartei   1,072 0.8   0.1
RRP 945 0.7
Independent Charlotte Didlap 847 0.6
DVU   225 0.2
ÖDP   173 0.1
MLPD   28 0.0   0.0
Informal votes 1,902 1,575
Total Valid votes 133,922 134,249
Turnout 135,824 71.8   6.5
CDU win new seat Majority 1,173 0.9

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Constituency Cuxhaven – Stade II". Federal Returning Officer.
  2. ^ "Results for Cuxhaven – Stade II". Federal Returning Officer.
  3. ^ Bundestag election on 26 September 2021; Parties and Candidates
  4. ^ Results for Cuxhaven – Stade II
  5. ^ Results for Cuxhaven – Stade II
  6. ^ Results for Cuxhaven – Stade II