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No, if i read your question correctly. These are all local elections, with the totals i gave being the aggregate. So in some places the guard changed, but the CDU still had the most aggregate votes.

What's important is the aggregate ascendency of the Greens, the well-earned descent and despondence of the yellow FDP, and the ability of the Pirates to have 18 seats in various locals.

Then again, as a prediction of the future, Red-Green is looking exceptionally strong, nearing 50% together. (for the State elections in two years.)

So then, yes, to the other side of your question.

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by Crazy Horse on Mon Sep 12th, 2011 at 12:33:58 PM EST
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Thank you. I had understood that these were both local elections and Landtag elections. So it was a stupid question.

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by eurogreen on Mon Sep 12th, 2011 at 12:40:21 PM EST
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Crazy Horse:
and the ability of the Pirates to have 18 seats in various locals

I count more then 18 here:

Piratenpartei Niedersachsen | Klarmachen zum Ändern! : Kommunalwahl 2011

Ergebnisse der KWNDS11

Actually, Piraten had already summed it up in Piratenwiki

Mandate in Landtagen und Kommunalen Parlamenten
Niedersachsen   voraussichtlich ca. 59

Which more then doubles the total local seats of Piratenpartei Deutschland. Now Sunday's state election in Berlin will be very interesting, I've heard they've polled above the 5% limit there.

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by A swedish kind of death on Mon Sep 12th, 2011 at 03:34:20 PM EST
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Sorry, i must have only had our region up on the screen at the time. That was 18, in the Kommune surrounding Bremen from Oldenburg to Cuxhaven.

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by Crazy Horse on Mon Sep 12th, 2011 at 04:16:44 PM EST
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Around 1% statewide. Quite astonishing, if you consider its a local election and that they didn#t put candidates in every county.
by IM on Wed Sep 14th, 2011 at 09:42:33 AM EST
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