Scheblitz's holger dremel will run for mayor in the state election on 14. October to be CSU direct candidate for bamberg-land. That was clear in the late evening in hallstadt after an exciting delegates' meeting of the CSU, in which the 46-year-old prevailed against four other candidates, elke eberl (hirschaid), karl-heinz wagner (altendorf), alexander hummel (pettstadt) and thomas brandlein (zapfendorf).
Before the vote, each of the candidates was given a chance to promote themselves once again. Dremel prevailed in the runoff election with 65 delegate votes against hummel (44 votes). "I sincerely thank you for the trust and will represent you in the future in munich and in the region. Of course I'll accept the election", said the second mayor of scheblitz after the vote.
Heinrich rudrof announced at the end of last year that he would not run again for the state parliament in the fall 2018 election for health reasons. The 62-year-old sab has been in the bavarian state parliament since 1996 and won the direct mandate in the bamberg-land constituency in the elections of 1998, 2003, 2008 and 2013.
Before the decision in favor of dremel, district administrator johann kalb had been elected as a candidate for the district parliament with 95.5 percent of the votes, as expected.