Today is the last day of the election campaign before the second round of municipal elections. On Sunday, 649 townspeople are elected by the mayor, mayor, or city president of the village. What did the candidates do for the last day of the election campaign? We invite you to a live report.
/Jacek Dominski / /reporter
Małgorzata Wassermann also summarized his election campaign.
"It seems to me that the inhabitants of Krakow are waiting for changes and I am the guarantee of change, I hope that on 4 November, Krakow will make such a decision," he said.
"I would like to ask for all the Cracovian voices who want to be different in the city to change local politics," he added.
Cracow's president asked him to evaluate his counterpart, Małgorzata Wassermann said that "his actions or manner of acting are absolutely dependent on the party he represents."
"The local government should be a local government rather than extending the arms of the government, and that would be the case," he said.
Majchrowski added that the rebels of his programs said that they were fighting the Prime Minister, for example, with smog. "It seems he will come, Prime Minister will hold his fingers, and there will be no smokes in Cracow," said Majchrowski.
He added that the election campaign "is calm, does not mean it is blurred." When asked whether he was considering the possibility of a loss, he said "he should always have this feeling." "If someone chooses to start with the assumption that he has no other way than to win, he is wrong." Although polls are very good to me, the final vote throws the card into the box.
Jacek Majchrowski held a press conference at the end of the election campaign in Krakow.
"I have never been a populist, my promises are just promises, only those that can be met for various reasons, especially financials, because the city has a certain budget that can not be exceeded," Majchrowski said. "It's only possible," he stressed.
Grzegorz Schetyna criticizes President Andrzej Duda's visit to the Nowy Sącz cemetery yesterday. Andrzej Duda was at the Legionnaires Monument, where the PiS candidate was accompanied by the Mayor's office, Mularczyk Iwona, with his family
"If the president behaves in a manner that directly participates in the campaign – in a less sophisticated manner – he judges not only the candidate but the president as well." Thus, the constitutional provisions and the first person of the state can not be fulfilled "PO leader.
As stressed, November 1 is a special day. "I thought such things – dedicated to a special date – are saints," he added.
The Digital Ministry draws attention to the fact that the application for inclusion in the electoral list submitted today can not be considered before the Sunday local elections.
If the voter has a habitual residence in one place but has a permanent residence elsewhere, he may apply for a voter register in the permanent settlement of his place of residence.
You can apply for a permanent listing of voters on the website, Obywatel.gov.pl, using the Trusted Profile (the Trusted Profile is a free tool that allows us to confirm your identity on the Internet, as an electronic signature).
During the municipal elections held on October 21, community and media users informed about the problems of electoral registration through the electronic system. As a result, inter alia, the fact that the system did not allow the sending of documents proving the place of permanent residence in the village where someone wanted to register.
In Gdańsk Paweł Adamowicz can count on Donald Tusk's support:
In the Opolskie Voivodeship, the second round of elections is held in 18 local governments.
Warmia and Mazury, on Sunday, the residents of 33 of the 116 municipalities will vote. Two city presidents – Olsztyn and Elbląg will be elected, as well as 16 mayors and 15 mayors.
We would like to remind you that in the Podlasie Voivodeship the second round will appear in 29 local governments. No settlement Łomża, Augustów, Bielsko Podlaski, Mońki, Supraśl and Łapy.
Bogdan Wenta called the residents of Kielce to attend the city's second round Sunday presidential election. "If these changes happen, we must be resident and have meetings with them confirm that this trend is necessary, so participation in the elections and decision making can allow us to change," Wenta added.
He noted that colleagues on Friday and resident workers meet in the Kielce quarters and plan separate negotiations. "Our goal is to first and foremost persuade urban residents to decide and make a decision on Sunday," said the presidential candidate Kielce.
The Grudziądz campaign was joined by Rafał Trzaskowski, who supported Maciej Glamowski (the Civic Coalition). Andrzej Guzowski (PiS), supported by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. Both candidates ensure that they will guarantee city management changes.
Glamowski, who starts from his committee, but with the support of the Civic Coalition, in the first round, voted 15,000. 412 people, or 46.4 percent. vote. Guzowski, PiS support was 29.4 percent. voters (9779 persons).
Jarosław Wałęsa, who did not enter the election round of the mayor of Gdański, provided support to Paweł Adamowicz, who opposed PiS against Kacper Plłażyński:
Marshal Karczewski's favorite is Radom:
Today's "Rzeczpospolita", PiS counts for victory in smaller cities, success in Krakow and Gdańsk – according to the newspaper – will be seen as "a huge surprise". more HERE
Meanwhile, Andrzej Wałęsa will fight at the mayor's office in Nowy Tomyśl. In the first round, a candidate from his own committee won 23%. vote. In the second round, he met with Włodzimierz Hibner, who collected 48 percent on 21 October. vote.
In Olsztyn, a group of urban residents speak in an open letter to Czesław Małkowski not to vote.
In the second round of elections, current President Piotr Grzymowicz and Czesław Jerzy Małkowski will fight for Olsztyn's presidency, recalling a referendum on Olsztyn's presidential post in 2009 after officials have been charged with sexual assault and rape. Małkowski's trial of rape is still ongoing because the invalid 5 years imprisonment has been repealed.
The letter from Małkowski Olsztyn, chairman, will be published in the form of a letter and another version of the podpiszto.pl website.
In an online petition, authors complain that Małkowski did not vote for Sunday elections, who – in their opinion – "because the councilor did not attend the City Council's work and because the president humiliated the office."
Interestingly, the letter was also signed by people associated with PiS; formerly PiS leader Jerzy Szmit said that the current president Piotr Grzymowicz's rule should not be continued.
"Where we are here, where our representatives are, we want to protect local governments." As we stated that we fought in the local government campaign, we consider it important and decisive for our announcements and commitments for the next next five years, "said Schetyna.
The conference was attended by General Manager Grzegorz Schetyna, Nowoczesna Katarzyna Lubnauer, President of PSL Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz and Chairman of SLD Włodzimierz Czarzasty, Inicjatywa Polska Barbara Nowacka, President of the European Union Democratic Elżbieta Bińczycka.
Representatives of the six opposition forces vote in the second round of elections at a special conference in Sejm:
Małgorzata Wassermann invites you to a press conference at 13.30. Probably the last in the election campaign.
The opposition does not spare the criticism of President Andrzej Duda:
And meanwhile … on November 2, Paweł Adamowicz is not just the last day of the election campaign.
In the morning Andrzej Duda's unannounced visit to Mosty Sacz has a lot of emotion. The chairman also attended the Legionnaires memorial where PiS was accompanied by the Mayor's office, Mularczyk Iwona, with his family.
The president told the portal sadeczanin.info that his visit was unofficial. He also admitted that this could be considered as a sealing of the election campaign of Mularczyk Iwona. "Finally, I'm the son of this land, and Mrs. Iwona Mularczyk and MP (Arkadiusz Mularczyk) have been my honest friends for years," added Andrzej Duda.
Interestingly today, after Andrzej Duda's election campaign in the cemetery, spokesman of Błażej Spychalski, stressed that "neither the president nor the office of the presidential candidate is participating in the election campaign".
Despite the campaign's last day, little happens. Candidates have not planned major events Friday morning. From time to time, the comments are gone. For example, Michał Szułdrzyński of "Rzeczpospolita" writes:
"We have already seen that both sides have drawn conclusions from the first round." Knowing that urban voters were afraid of polysiteks on one side and radicalism, PiS refers to slogans about the unity, the agreement, and the Polish-Polish war. .) The platform, however, tried to mobilize with the help of the new wunderwaffe, Warsaw winner. "
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We are here in the second round of elections, and the position of the bourgeois coalition strengthened after the first. Here is the latest survey for the Do Rzeczy party:
The PiS leader, the KO reinforces his position
Bogdan Wenta (KWW Świętokrzyskie Project) competes in the office of Kielce President, who in the first round has 32 913 votes (37.62%) and Wojciech Lubawski since 2002. (KWW Porozumienie Samorządowe Wojciech Lubawski) with 25,552 people (29.20%).
Bogdan Wenta on Wednesday received two consecutive opponents from the first round of presidential elections in Kielce-Artur Gierada (the bourgeois coalition) and Marcin Chłodnicki (SLD-Lewica Razem).
Rafał Trzaskowski also supported the winner of the mayor's election round.
Today on Twitter, Janusz Lewandowski, MEP, supported:
After the electoral silence, TVP, TVN and Polsat stations estimate the estimated results of the election based on the exit survey, ie the responses given by the voters after leaving the polling station. The survey concerns the election of city presidents in Cracow, Gdansk and Kielce.
The National Election Commission planned two conferences on the election day 13 to 18 years old, 13, PKW indicates attendance at 12; at the conference 18 – participation status: 17.
Today PKW invites you to the conference at 3 pm
In Włocławek, the current president, Marek Wojtkowski (Civil Coalition) and Jarosław Chmielewski (PiS) are in the second round. In the first round of the election, Wojtkowski received 26.25 percent. and Chmielewski supported 23.39%. voters.
The current president of the city was supported, among other things, by former President Aleksander Kwasniewski, Mayor of Łódź Hanna Zdanowska, and deputies of Borys Budka and Krzysztof Brejza, as well as well-known director Agnieszka Holland.
Jarosław Chmielewski will enter the second round of elections, including Deputy Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, Deputy Prime Minister Jaroslaw Gowin, Deputy Prime Minister Piotr Gliński, Minister of Investment and Development Jerzy Kwieciński, Infrastructure Minister Andrzej Adamczyk, and former Polish football representative Marek Citko .
The second round takes place in 43 cities. Beside rural towns, interesting duels are also promised by Radom, Nowy Sącz, Elbląg, Chełm and Przemyśl.
Particularly exciting if PiS and KO candidates compete: Biała Podlaska, Bielsko-Biała, Jelenia Gora, Konin, Włocławek, Tarnów or Zduńska Wola.
For more information on elections in smaller cities, see: Voting Chair in 43 Polish Cities
Keep in mind that the election silence is ahead of the second round of the whole country. Not just where voting is taking place.
Silence begins at night from Friday to Saturday until 24.00 and the polling stations last until Sunday, ie 21.00.
Movement of special candidates and lists is prohibited at this time. It is forbidden to place posters, to distribute flyers, to arrange seat-related meetings. For this there is a fine of 50 to 5000 PLN. zł; its amount is determined by the court. You can not even mix on the internet.
The highest fines: 500,000 Due to the silence of the vote, the vote is likely to threaten 1 million PLN.
Check out which cities settled in the first round:
They took the city in the first round
And what if the candidates had the same votes? Then he wins more votes than the second candidate.
In Kiel, President Wojciech Lubawski (29.20% of the first round) and Bogdan Wenta (37.62%) MEPs will compete in the presidential office.
The current president, Piotr Krzystek (in the first round of 47.25% votes) and PiS candidate Bartłomiej Sochański (21.99%) face Szczecin.
In Olsztyn, the present chairman of Piotr Grzymowicz (33.78% of the first round) is fighting the head of the city and former head of town Czesław Małkowski (30.66%).
The fact that Jarosław Kaczyński, supported by the Civic Coalition, did not go through the second round was a big surprise in Gdansk. The current PO MP received 27.77 percent. vote.
Paweł Adamowicz, who has been in town since 1998 in Gdansk, won 36.97 per cent in the first round of elections, with United Nations Legislator Kacper Płażyński (29.68 per cent).
Jacek Majchrowski supported 45.84% in the first round. vote. Małgorzata Wassermann received 31.88 percent. support.
Wassermann also stated that "if residents give them a chance, they have a guarantee of change." The "empire of developers" ends.
Małgorzata Wassermann also asked Michał Kolanko's journalist "Rzeczpospolita" about the problem of smog. The PiS candidate presented his idea to solve it. "First of all, we have to go back to 100% of the aid for replacing ovens," he said. In addition, Krakow should use the government anti-smog program. "At the same time, it exploits cooperation with neighboring municipalities as allowed by the government," he stressed.
When asked how he was struggling with smog, Majchrowski said that he was 100%. ecological public transport. "By replacing the furnaces, only 22,000 had been eliminated until the end of the year." Our only city has a shielded program that allows the poorest people to compensate for the difference in cost between carbon and ecological heating. "- He told.
Majchrowski emphasized that the city had opted for free green fields where, after collection of grasses or leaves, residents gave them MPO rather than burning them in the garden.
Among other things, Majchrowski, Jacek Nizinkiewicz, asked the words of the PiS candidate who announced that if elected, he would remove the smog within 2-3 years. According to Majckrowski, these are "typical campaign slogans".
On the last day of the campaign, Rzeczpospolita published interviews with candidates from the Mayor of Cracow, Jacek Majchrowski and Małgorzata Wassermann.
The urns will be voted on by the residents of five provincial towns, where the president was not elected in the first round: Gdańsk, Kraków, Kielce, Olsztyn and Szczecin.
The second round of elections takes place in 649 settlements and cities, where during the first vote no candidate from the local government, the mayor or city president received more than half of the valid votes cast.