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For the SPD health expert Karl Lauterbach it is all or nothing. Already four years ago he won his constituency Leverkusen-Köln IV just before Helmut Nowak of the CDU. In the second votes, the CDU overtook the SPD even then. For the election this Sunday, the demoscopes Lauterbach give little chance of another victory. And since he occupies a rejected place on the SPD national list, his re-entry into the Bundestag is questionable. Lauterbach is not the only prominent politician who has to fear a direct mandate. Even the SPD ministers Andrea Nahles and Barbara Hendricks will probably not win their constituencies. Since they are well positioned on the respective national lists, Nahles is a top candidate in Rhineland-Palatinate, Hendricks is in second place in NRW, but they can sit back and relax. Even without the mandate of the Bundestag, they could even become ministers again; a seat in Parliament is not a prerequisite for this.SPD health expert Karl Lauterbach.Foto: Raigo Pajula / AFPI Ursula von der Leyen (CDU) could also put this option in an emergency. Since the founding of the Federal Republic, its constituency in Hanover has always gone to the SPD. Leyen has already lost twice against Edelgard Bulmahn; this time, Yasmin Fahimi comes up against her. As a top candidate of her party, the defense minister could ultimately only fail on the success of her own party. If the CDU in Lower Saxony were to get so many direct mandates that no more mandate would be given over the list, Leyen would be out. Probably it is not. The former SPD party leader, Sigmar Gabriel, on the other hand, is on the far end of the SPD's national list – on position 25. Clearly too far back to secure a seat in the Reichstag, he should not win his direct mandate. This could happen: Gabriel is considered a wackling candidate, even if he was the last foreign minister to collect sympathy points. Greens also have two prominent faces, who will probably no longer enter the Bundestag: Renate Künast and Özcan Mutlu. Both are in Berlin and are far ahead on the Green List. But in Berlin the Greens traditionally also have a prospect of a direct mandate. In view of the bad ratings of their party, lists three and four are no longer a safe recommendation for parliament. At least Künast can still hope. The green dauersieger in the constituency of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg-Prenzlauer Berg East, Hans-Christian Ströbele, has resigned from politics. Should his successor Canan Bayram fail, another mandate would be occupied over the list.

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