On sunday, 29. March, the oberburgermeister runoff election will take place in erlangen. The candidates are the incumbent florian janik (SPD) and his challenger jorg volleth (CSU). The bavarian state government’s decision to automatically provide all eligible voters with election documents within 14 days due to the corona pandemic has presented all election offices with a major logistical challenge, according to the city’s town hall report. The city of erlangen’s election office is currently in the process of printing and compiling the last of some 83,000 absentee ballots and mailing them to all eligible voters through deutsche post, he says.
See you on sunday, 29. March, at 6 p.M., the completed election letters must be returned to the city administration. For this, they must either be sent by mail today, put in the city hall mailbox by 6 p.M. On sunday, or put in one of the yellow ballot boxes at one of erlangen’s elementary schools between 1 p.M. And 6 p.M. On sunday.
As the electoral office further informs, on the evening of the election itself, all the election letters received must first be sorted according to the electoral districts. The mayor’s runoff election will be paid on monday, 30. March, at the town hall. The payment is pending, as all brieahlunterlagenen must first be checked for validity in total. Therefore, the results of the election are not expected to be published before 2 p.M. On monday afternoon. Monday’s payment is open to the public, and interested citizens can attend by registering at the gate of the town hall.