André Wiese - André Wiese

André Wiese in November 2009

André Wiese (born May 3, 1975 in Winsen (Luhe) ) is a German politician ( CDU ) and mayor of the city of Winsen (Luhe).


After graduating from high school in Winsen in 1994 and then doing basic military service in Rotenburg (Wümme) and Munster (1994/95), Wiese completed a degree in administrative management in Hanover. In addition, he worked intensively in local politics, both as chairman of the CDU Winsen (since 2002) and deputy district chairman of the CDU Harburg-Land (since 2001) and since 1996 as a member of the council of the city of Winsen (Luhe); from 2006 to 2011 he was deputy mayor. In 2011, Wiese was elected mayor of the city of Winsen as successor to Angelika Bode (independent) with 47.1% of the vote .

From 2003 to 2011 Wiese was a directly elected member of the Lower Saxony state parliament for the constituency of Winsen . In the state elections in 2003 he received 58.9% of the valid first votes cast; In 2008 it was 47.5%. After the election as mayor, Wiese renounced his state parliament mandate in favor of Reinhard Hegewald .

On May 26, 2019, Wiese was re-elected mayor of the district town of Winsen (Luhe) with a majority of 54.7% and prevailed against the challenger Susanne Quantity . [1]

Wiese is married and has three children.


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Individual evidence

  1. ^ NDR: Winsen (Luhe): Result of the mayoral election 2019. Accessed on June 19, 2019 .