|President (Mayor) of Bydgoszcz|
November 20, 2002 – 2010
|Deputy||Lucyna Kojder-Szweda; Bolesław Grygorewicz; Rafał Bruski; Wojciech Nowacki|
|Preceded by||Roman Jasiakiewicz|
|Succeeded by||Rafał Bruski(2010)|
|Born||4 September 1947|
Early life and educationEdit
In 1972 he graduated Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń and have an M.A degree in Polish philology studies. In 1975 he graduated journalist course, which was organized by Polish Journalists Association (Stowarzyszenie Dziennikarzy Polskich). He was student of administration, e.g. in Federal Academy of Public Administration in Vienna (www), Centre National de la Fonction Publique Territoriale in Paris (www) and European Institute in Łódź (www).
He was an originator, co-author of regional television TVP 3 Bydgoszcz - he was a first Chief of TVP3 Bydgoszcz (1990-1993). Between 1994 and 1999 he worked in City Office as Chief of Bureau of Executive Committee and as Press Spokesperson. In 1999 he was a Chief of Press Bureau and co-originator of pastoral visits of Pope John Paul II in Bydgoszcz on June 7.
Between 1999 and 2002 he worded in Voivodeship Office in Bydgoszcz as Deputy of Chief - and next as a Chief - of Information, Promotion and European Integration Department. He was a Voivodeship Governor Press Spokesperson.
Presidential election of 2002Edit
In Polish local elections in 2002 he was candidate of Bydgoszcz Civic Agreement Committee (Bydgoskie Porozumienie Obywatelskie) for President (=Mayor) of Bydgoszcz. He was supported by Civic Platform.
On October 27, 2002 he received 15,560 votes (19.01%) and was a second in First Ballot; won being at the Office president Roman Jasiakiewicz (44.82%). On November 10 in Second Ballot Dombrowicz won with 44,263 votes (54.62%).
He took Office on November 20, 2002.
Presidential election of 2006Edit
On November 12, 2006 he received 34,088 votes (30.69%) and won in First Ballot. On November 26 in Second Ballot Dombrowicz won with 51,112 votes (53.79%) with Roman Jasiakiewicz (46.21%).
His second term was started on December 6, 2006.
Konstanty Dombrowicz is married with Maria Dombrowicz. She is working in Geography Institute in Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz. They have two children a daughter Maria, Jr (b. 1974), and a son Konstanty Adam (b. May 29, 1978). In 2009 European Parliament election Konstanty Adam was a candidate of Civic Platform from Kuyavian-Pomeranian constituency.
|Democratic Left Alliance-Labor Union||Roman Jasiakiewicz||36,690||44.82|
|Law and Justice||Kosma Złotowski||8,994||10.99|
|League of Polish Families||Ewa Stępień||7,929||9.69|
|Domestic Agreement of Pensioners||Andrzej Skibicki||459||0.56|
|Democratic Left Alliance-Labor Union||Roman Jasiakiewicz||36,773||45.38|
|Civic Platform||Teresa Piotrowska||20,617||18.56|
|Law and Justice||Andrzej Walkowiak||12,242||11.02||+0,03|
| President of Bydgoszcz
November 20, 2002 –2010
| Bydgoszcz order of precedence
President of Bydgoszcz (2002-2010)
Chairperson of Bydgoszcz City Council
Felicja Gwincińska (2002-06)
Dorota Jakuta (born 2006)