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Legislative elections: Landtag (Berlin: Abgeordnetenhaus; Bremen + Hamburg: Bürgerschaft), 5-year term (Bremen: 4-years), 5% threshold, MMP (Bremen: Party-list PR/open lists, separate constituencies Bremen/Bremerhaven; Hamburg: MMP/open lists; Saarland: Party-list PR): 

State
Date|Seats|Turnout
Minister-President*
Government
Archive
 
Baden-Württemberg
2016|143|70,4%
27,0%
(42)
12,7%
(19)
30,3%
(47)
15,1%
(23)
2,9%
(-)
8,3%
(12)
- 3,7%
(-)
Winfried Kretschmann (GRÜNE)
GRÜNE, CDU
[Archive]
Bavaria
2018|205|72,4%
37,2%
(85)
9,7%
(22)
17,5%
(38)
10,2%
(22)
3,2%
(-)
5,1%
(11)
11,6%
(27)
5,4%
(-)
Markus Söder (CSU)
CSU, FW
[Archive]
Berlin
2016|160|66,9%
17,6%
(31)
21,6%
(38)
15,2%
(27)
14,2%
(25)
15,6%
(27)
6,7%
(12)
- 9,1%
(-)
Michael Müller (SPD)
SPD, LINKE, GRÜNE
[Archive]
Brandenburg
2019|88|61,3%
15,6%
(15)
26,2%
(25)
10,8%
(10)
23,5%
(23)
10,7%
(10)
4,1%
(-)
5,0%
(5)
4,1%
(-)
Dietmar Woidke (SPD)
SPD, CDU, GRÜNE
[Archive]
Bremen
2019|84|64,0%
26,6%
(24)
24,9%
(23)
17,4%
(16)
6,1%
(5)
11,3%
(10)
6,0%
(5)
2,4%
(1)
5,2%
(-)
Andreas Bovenschulte (SPD)
SPD, GRÜNE, LINKE
[Archive]
Hamburg
2020|123|63,2%
11,2%
(15)
39,2%
(54)
24,2%
(33)
5,3%
(7)
9,1%
(13)
4,9%
(1)
- 6,1%
(-)
Peter Tschentscher (SPD)
SPD, GRÜNE
[Archive]
Hesse
2018|137|67,3%
27,0%
(40)
19,8%
(29)
19,8%
(29)
13,1%
(19)
6,3%
(9)
7,5%
(11)
- 6,5%
(-)
Volker Bouffier (CDU)
CDU, GRÜNE
[Archive]
Lower Saxony
2017|137|63,1%
33,6%
(50)
36,9%
(55)
8,7%
(12)
6,2%
(9)
4,6%
(-)
7,5%
(11)
- 2,4%
(-)
Stephan Weil (SPD)
SPD, CDU
[Archive]
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
2016|71|61,9%
19,0%
(16)
30,6%
(26)
4,8%
(-)
20,8%
(18)
13,2%
(11)
3,0%
(-)
- 8,6%
(-)
Manuela Schwesig (SPD)
SPD, CDU
[Archive]
North Rhine-Westphalia
2017|199|65,2%
33,0%
(72)
31,2%
(69)
6,4%
(14)
7,4%
(16)
4,9%
(-)
12,6%
(28)
- 4,7%
(-)
Armin Laschet (CDU)
CDU, FDP
[Archive]
Rhineland-Palatinate
2016|101|70,4%
31,8%
(35)
36,2%
(39)
5,3%
(6)
12,6%
(14)
2,8%
(-)
6,2%
(7)
- 5,1%
(-)
Malu Dreyer (SPD)
SPD, FDP, GRÜNE
[Archive]
Saarland
2017|51|69,7%
40,7%
(24)
29,6%
(17)
4,0%
(-)
6,2%
(3)
12,8%
(7)
3,3%
(-)
- 3,4%
(-)
Tobias Hans (CDU)
CDU, SPD
[Archive]
Saxony
2019|119|66,6%
32,1%
(45)
7,7%
(10)
8,6%
(12)
27,5%
(38)
10,4%
(14)
4,5%
(-)
- 9,2%
(-)
Michael Kretschmer (CDU)
CDU, GRÜNE, SPD
[Archive]
Saxony-Anhalt
2016|87|61,1%
29,8%
(30)
10,6%
(11)
5,2%
(5)
24,3%
(25)
16,3%
(16)
4,9%
(-)
- 8,9%
(-)
Reiner Haseloff (CDU)
CDU, SPD, GRÜNE
[Archive]
Schleswig-Holstein
2017|73|64,2%
32,0%
(25)
27,2%
(21)
12,9%
(10)
5,9%
(5)
3,8%
(-)
11,5%
(9)
3,3%
(3)
3,4%
(-)
Daniel Günther (CDU)
CDU, GRÜNE, FDP
[Archive]
Thuringia
2019|90|64,9%
21,7%
(21)
8,2%
(8)
5,2%
(5)
23,4%
(22)
31,0%
(29)
5,0%
(5)
- 5,5%
(-)
Bodo Ramelow (LINKE)
LINKE, SPD, GRÜNE
[Archive]
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Notes: *Governing Mayor, Berlin; Mayor, Bremen; First Mayor, Hamburg. Abbreviations: (a) CDU: Christian Democratic Union of Germany (Bavaria: Christian Social Union in Bavaria, CSU); (b) SPD: Social Democratic Party of Germany;  (c) GRÜNE: Alliance 90/The Greens; (d) AfD: Alternative for Germany; (e) DIE LINKE: The Left; (f) FDP: Free Democratic Party; (g) Bavaria: Free Voters, FW; Brandenburg: Brandenburg United Citizens' Movement/Free Voters, BVB/FW; Bremen: Citizens in Rage, BIW; Schleswig-Holstein: South Schleswig Voters' Association, SSW. Sources: Landeswahlleiter (http://www.bundeswahlleiter.de/service/landtagswahlen.html). © 2020 Wolfram Nordsieck.