In addition to Salzburg, the two most strongest candidates for the office of their guardian in Hallein, Oberalm, Elsbethen, Mattsee, Oberndorf, Strasswalchen, Seekirchen am Wallersee, Bad Hofgastein, St. Johann im Pongau and Zell am See. In the city of Salzburg, the election will leave a preview between Harald Preuner (ÖVP) and Bernhard Auinger (SPÖ).
Five Hindu Imaginary Elections
In Fagangau, the election runs in five towns, in Straßwalchen, the first time in a sailor after the Tanja Kreer (SPÖ, 39 per cent in the first vote) and Liselotte Winklhofer (list Strasswalchen, 29.4 per cent). In three Flachgauer communities there are duellan ÖVP-SPÖ, in Mattsee between Herbert Mödlhammer (ÖVP, 44.6 per cent) and Michael Schwarzmayr (SPÖ, 43 per cent), in Oberndorf between Georg Djundja (SPÖ, 46, 6 per cent) and Sabine Mayrhofer (ÖVP, 40.9 per cent) and Seekirchen between Konrad Pieringer (ÖVP, 47.9 per cent) and Peter Christian Reifberger (SPÖ, 25.1 per cent). In Elsbethen, add Franz Tiefenbacher (ÖVP, 47.8 per cent) and Maria Steindl (community of electors for Elsbethen, 28.6 per cent) in the second round.
Two SPÖ ÖVP cats in Tennengau
In two communities in Tennengau, one SPÖ contestant will contest one candidate for the ÖVP, Hallein Alexander Stangassinger (SPÖ, 38.4 per cent), Maximilian Klappacher (ÖVP, 37.6 per cent) and Oberalm Gerald Dürnberger (SPÖ, 42.7 per cent) against Hans-Jörg Haslauer (ÖVP, 30 per cent).
There are also two Pongau pickers
Also in Pongau there are two foreign types: San St. Johann Günther Mitterer (ÖVP, 41 per cent) is a leader in the race against Willibald Resch (FPÖ, 23.7 per cent). In Bad Hofgastein, Markus Viehauser (ÖVP, 43.7 per cent) managed slightly lower over Johann Mathias Freiberger (SPÖ, 37.3 per cent).
Pinzgau: a running election in the area's capital city
In Zell am See there is a runner-up election between the strongest Peter Padourek (ÖVP, 46.2 per cent) and Andreas Wimmreuter (SPÖ, 40.8 per cent) second.
Lungs do not need runoffs.
Number of healthy elections risen again
The number of decisions required in the second voting round has gradually declined from a direct maritime election in 1994 to be selected in 2009, from 16 in 1994 to five in 2009. This move was made in the last election with rare elections in eight towns in the first instance and rising to eleven today. In the city of Salzburg, every selection of shellfish has come to an end in a rare selection.