Saarland state election, 2004

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The Saarland state election, 2004, was conducted on September 5, 2004, to elect members to the Landtag (state legislature) of Saarland.

Issues and Campaign[edit]

Results[edit]

Party Party List votes Vote percentage Total Seats Seat percentage
Christian Democratic Union (CDU) 209,690 47.5% (+2.0) 27 (+1) 52.9%
Social Democratic Party (SPD) 136,224 30.8% (-13.6) 18 (-7) 35.3%
Alliance '90/The Greens (Grüne) 24,830 5.6% (+2.4) 3 (+3) 5.9%
Free Democratic Party (FDP) 22,842 5.2% (+2.6) 3 (+3) 5.9%
National Democratic Party (NPD) 17,590 4.0% (+4.0) 0 (+0) 0.0%
Family Party 13,106 3.0% (+2.0) 0 (+0) 0.0%
Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS) 10,240 2.3% (+1.5) 0 (+0) 0.0%
The Grays 6,285 1.4% (+1.4) 0 (+0) 0.0%
All Others 821 0.2% (-2.3) 0 (+0) 0.0%
Totals 441,628 100.0% 51 100.0%
Seat results -- SPD in red, CDU in black, Greens in green, FDP in yellow

Post-election[edit]

Peter Müller remained Prime Minister and the CDU maintained an absolute majority.

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