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Elected Pirates

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Summary

2 in European Parliament

4 in National Parliament (one was common candidate of several parties)

45 in State Parliament

~200 in Local elections (one mayor)

European Parliament

Germany, 2014 elections

On 25.05.2014 Pirate Party of Germany receives 1.4% of votes, giving it 1 seat in EU Parliament.

  • Julia Reda

Sweden, 2009 elections

On 07.06.2009 Pirate Party of Sweden receives 7,13% of votes, giving it 1 seat, and from December 2011 two seats in EU Parliament. The very first Pirate victory. Pirate Party accomplished what some believed to be the impossible.

The Pirate Party have joined 'The Greens / European Free Alliance group'.

National elections

Czech Republic, senatorial elections 2012

On 20.10.2012 in the second round of senatorial elections (second national chamber) a common candidate of the CPS (Ceska Piratska Strana), the Greens and the Christian Democrats was elected with about 75% of the votes in election district Prague 2 and 3 after reaching the second round by getting about 24% of botes in round one.

Iceland

2013

On 27.04.2013 at regular national elections to the Althing, the Icelandic parliament, the Pirate Party of Iceland won three seats there with 5.1% of votes (limit for representation 5%):

  • Birgitta Jónsdóttir (Southwest)
  • Jón Thór Ólafsson (Reykjavik South)
  • Helgi Hrafn Gunnarsson (Reykjavik North)

2016

On 29.10.2016 :

Althing October 2016.svg
Party Votes % Seats +/–
D Independence Party 54,990 29.00 21 +2
V Left-Green Movement 30,166 15.91 10 +3
P Pirate Party 27,449 14.48 10 +7
B Progressive Party 21,791 11.49 8 –11
C Reform 19,870 10.48 7 New
A Bright Future 13,578 7.16 4 –2
S Social Democratic Alliance 10,893 5.74 3 –6
F People's Party 6,707 3.54 0 New
T Dawn 3,275 1.73 0 0
R People's Front of Iceland 575 0.30 0 0
E Icelandic National Front 303 0.16 0 New
H Humanist Party 33 0.02 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 5,574
Total 195,204 100 63 0
Registered voters/turnout 246,511 79.19
Source: Iceland Monitor

Regional/state elections

Germany, Berlin House of Representatives (Parliament) 2011 election

18.09.2011 for the first time in history Pirate Party gets 8,9% and enters a state parliament with 15 seats. This is the second major success after the 2009 EU elections.

Germany, Saarland Parliament 2012 election

The Saarland Parliament coalition collapsed in the beginning of January, 2012 which prompted to the snap election that took place 25.03.2012. Pirate Party had only 60 days for their election campaign and gained 7,4% and 4 seats in Parliament.

Germany, Schleswig-Holstein Parliament 2012 election

06.05.2012 Pirate Party gets 8,2% and 6 seats in Parliament. The third election win for German Pirates which have moved them from fringe party to mainstream movement in less than a year.

Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia Parliament 2012 election

Аfter the minority government collapsed, a snap election has been announced for 13.05.2012. The election in the largest German state brought the Pirates 608,957 votes, 7,8% and 20 seats in the Parliament.

List of parliamentarians in the Landtag NRW

  • 1. Joachim Paul (* 1957)
  • 2. Lukas Lamla (* 1983)
  • 3. Marc Olejak (* 1971)
  • 4. Michele Marsching (* 1978)
  • 5. Simone Brand (* 1967)
  • 6. Daniel Düngel (* 1976)
  • 7. Nico Kern (* 1972)
  • 8. Monika Pieper (* 1963)
  • 9. Birgit Rydlewski (* 1970)
  • 10. Torsten Sommer (* 1971)
  • 11. Hanns-Jørg Rohwedder (* 1957)
  • 12. Stefan Fricke (* 1962)
  • 13. Kai Schmalenbach (* 1970)
  • 14. Dirk Schatz (* 1978)
  • 15. Dietmar Schulz (* 1960)
  • 16. Frank Herrmann (* 1961)
  • 17. Oliver Bayer (* 1977)
  • 18. Olaf Wegner (* 1967)
  • Robert Stein (* 1979) decided to resign and left the pirate party at 22. September 2013 and decided in November 2014 to be part of the conservatives (CDU).
  • Daniel Schwerd (* 1966) decided to resign and left the pirate party at 23. November 2015.

Local elections

Seats in

  • Czech Republic 21 seats in the Czech Republic, another 8 on joint ticket [1]
  • Flag of Germany.svg 393 (in German) seats in Germany
  • Austria 2 seats in Austria
  • Flag of Switzerland.svg 4 in Switzerland
    • 1 in Montpreveyres (VD) Gabriel Klein
    • 1 in Gimel (VD) Guillaume Saouli
    • 1 in Stein am Rhein (SH) Marcel Waldvogel
    • 1 in Winterthur Marc Wäckerlin
    • Former representative:
  • Catalonia 2 seats in Catalonia (Spain)
    • 1 in Sant Fruitos de Bages - Manoli Martin -?
    • 1 in Santa Coloma de Gramanent - Aleix Madrid (#8 on the list, will rotate into office for one year)
    • 1 in Alella - Mercè Marzo (became a Pirate after election)
  • Croatia 2 seats in Croatia
    • 2 seats in Samobora „Kolodvorsko naselje – Sajmište“ source in Croatian
      • Ivica Fulir
      • Dario Vidovic