The Pledge for
Election Integrity

As political parties and candidates seeking office, we will not aid and abet those who seek to undermine democracy.

In particular, by signing this pledge we commit to:

  • Not fabricate, use or spread falsified, fabricated, doxed or stolen data or materials for disinformation or propaganda purposes;
  • Avoid the dissemination of doctored media that impersonate other candidates, including deep-fake videos;
  • Make transparent the use of any coordinated network activity to disseminate messages; avoid using such networks to attack opponents and other electoral stakeholders, or coordinate third-parties, proxies or fake accounts to undertake these actions;
  • Take active steps to maintain good cyber hygiene, such as regular cybersecurity checks and password protection, and train campaign staff in media literacy and risk awareness, in order to recognize and prevent attacks;
  • Transparency in foreign and domestic sources of campaign financing, including online political advertising purchases, in an effort to maximize public trust in the electoral process.

Als politische Parteien und Kandidatinnen und Kandidaten, werden wir diejenigen, die die Demokratie untergraben wollen, nicht unterstützen.

Mit der Unterzeichnung dieser Selbstverpflichtung erklären ich:

  • keine Daten oder Materialien herzustellen, zu verwenden oder zu verbreiten, die für Desinformations- oder Propagandazwecke gefälscht, fabriziert oder gestohlen wurden;
  • die Verbreitung von manipulierten Audio-, Video- oder Bilddateien zu unterbinden, die vorgeben andere Kandidatinnen und Kandidaten zu verkörpern, einschließlich sogenannter Deep Fake-Videos;
  • die Verwendung jeglicher koordinierter Netzwerkaktivitäten zur Verbreitung von Nachrichten transparent zu machen; es zu vermeiden, diese Netzwerke dafür zu verwenden, um Gegner und andere mit der Durchführung der Wahl beauftragte Personen anzugreifen, oder Dritte, Proxies oder gefälschte Social Media-Konten dafür zu nutzen, solche Aktionen durchzuführen;
  • aktive Maßnahmen zur Gewährleistung einer guten „Cyber-Hygiene“, wie z.B. die regelmäßige Überprüfungen der eigenen Cybersicherheit und des Passwortschutzes, und zur Schulung von Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeitern in den Bereichen Medienkompetenz und Risikobewusstsein zu ergreifen, um solche Angriffe zu erkennen und zu verhindern;
  • mich zu voller Transparenz bezüglich aller ausländischer und inländischer Quellen der Wahlkampffinanzierung, einschließlich des Kaufs von politischer Online-Werbung, um das öffentliche Vertrauen in den Wahlprozess zu maximieren.

En tant que partis politiques et candidats, nous nous engageons à ne pas aider et encourager ceux qui cherchent à s’ingérer dans nos démocraties.

En signant cette charte, nous nous engageons à:

  • Ne pas créer, utiliser ou propager des données et documents qui ont été falsifiés, fabriqués ou volés dans un objectif de désinformation ou de propagande;
  • Eviter la diffusion de vidéos et de fichiers audio trafiqués qui imitent d’autres candidats, en particulier des “deep fake videos”;
  • Rendre transparent l’utilisation des bots (robots) informatiques pour diffuser des messages et éviter l’utilisation de ces bots pour attaquer les candidats adverses, ainsi que le recours à des parties tierces pour réaliser ces actions;
  • Prendre des mesures concrètes pour assurer la sécurité informatique, former les équipes de campagne aux médias, à l’identification des risques pour reconnaître et prévenir les attaques extérieures;
  • Rendre transparentes les sources du financement des campagnes.

Llamamos a todos los partidos democráticos y a los propios candidatos a que se comprometan a no emprender acción alguna que ayude a, ni los haga cómplices de aquellos que buscan socavar nuestras democracias. En concreto, llamamos a los candidatos a que se comprometan a lo siguiente

  • No fabricar, utilizar o difundir datos o material falso, inventado o robado, con el objetivo de desinformar o hacer propaganda de algo o alguien.
  • Evitar difundir audios, vídeos o imágenes manipulados que suplanten a otros candidatos, incluyendo vídeos de gran falsedad.
  • Sacar a la luz el uso de redes de ‘bots’ para difundir mensajes; evitar la utilización de estas redes para atacar a oponentes, así como de terceros o ‘proxies’ con el mismo objetivo.
  • Tomar medidas activas para garantizar la ciberseguridad, y dotar al personal de campaña con los conocimientos necesarios en medios de comunicación y ciberamenazas para reconocer y prevenir ataques.
  • Ser transparentes con el origen de la financiación de sus campañas.

საქართველოს პარლამენტის წევრობის მოსაპოვლებლად არჩევნებში მონაწილე პოლიტიკური პარტიები და კანდიდატები, პირობას ვდებთ, რომ არ დავეხმარებით და არ წავაქეზებთ იმათ, ვინც ცდილობს ავნოს დემოკრატიას.

კერძოდ კი, აქ ხელის მოწერით, პირობას ვდებთ, რომ:

  • არ დავამზადებთ, არ გამოვიყენებთ და არ გავავრცელებთ ცრუ და ყალბ, ზიანის მიყენების მიზნით მოპოვებული პირადი ხასიათის ან მოპარულ მონაცემებს და მასალას, დეზინფორმაციის ან პროპაგანდის მიზნებისთვის.
  • თავიდან ავიცილებთ ცრუ აუდიო, ვიდეო ან ფოტო, მათ შორის დიფფეიქ ტექნოლოგიით დამზადებული მასალების გავრეცელებას, რომლებიც ყალბად განასახიერებენ არჩევნებში მონაწილე სხვა კანდიდატებს.
  • გამჭვირვალეს გავხდით ბოტური ქსელების გამოყენებას საარჩევნო მასალების გავრცელებისთვის. მოვერიდებით ოპონენტებზე თავდახსმას, ამ ქსელების, მესამე მხარეების და მარიონეტების საშუალებით.
  • აქტიურ ნაბიჯებს გადავდგამთ კიბერ უსაფრთოების გასამტკიცებლად და კიბერ შეტევების დროულად ამოცნობის და თავიდან აცილების უზრუნველსაყოფად საარჩვენო კამპანიაში მონაწილე თანამშრომლების ჩავუტარებთ სწავლებებს მედია წიგნიერებასა და რისკების განცობიერებაში.
  • გამჭვირვალეს გავხდით ჩვენი საარჩევნო კამპანიის ფინანსურ რესურსებს.

What is the Pledge for Election Integrity?

Every year millions of people around the world go to the polls to cast their vote. But they may not be the only ones to have their say – foreign powers will also want to influence the outcome. Governments, electoral commissions and intelligence services have mobilized to varying degrees to counter these threats. Yet not enough has been done.

Political parties and their candidates are on the front lines of democracy and election integrity. That is why the members of the Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity are calling on all democratic parties, as well as candidates themselves, to commit to take no action to aid and abet those who seek to undermine our democracies.

What is the Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity?

The Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity is a transatlantic, bi-partisan group of political, tech, business and media leaders that seeks to foster a more collective approach to preventing the next wave of foreign election interference.

The Commission’s work raises awareness of the risks, develops new technology tools, and identifies weaknesses and remedies in the policy response across Europe and the USA, including front line states such as Ukraine.

Visit our TCEI homepage to learn more:

Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity

What is disinformation?  

Disinformation is one of the key means to interfere in democratic elections and undermine the democratic process in a country. But what’s the difference between fake news, misinformation, and disinformation?  

According to the European Democracy Action Plan, “misinformation is false or misleading content shared without harmful intent though the effects can still be harmful, e.g. when people share false information with friends and family in good faith. Disinformation is false or misleading content that is spread with an intention to deceive or secure economic or political gain and which may cause public harm.” In other words, misinformation is simply false information, but the person who is disseminating it believes that it’s true. Disinformation is also false information but the person who is disseminating it knows it’s false. It is a deliberate, intentional lie, and points to people being actively disinformed by domestic or foreign malicious actors. 

What is cyber hygiene?  

Much like personal hygiene ensures that we stay healthy, cyber hygiene refers to best practices and activities that internet users should undertake to improve their cybersecurity to keep their data safe and protect their personal digital identity, whilst they engage in online activities such as emailing, browsing the web, or interacting on social media platforms. Cyber hygiene is the fundamental requirement to protect users from any attacks in cyber space. 

What are deepfakes? 

The term “deepfake” is often used as an umbrella term that covers various forms of audio-visual manipulation. But deepfakes can be defined more specifically as highly sophisticated manipulation of audio-visual media using AI-driven technology. But what is so special about it? WITNESS’ Media Lab puts it straight: “Deepfakes are new forms of audio-visual manipulation that allow people to create realistic simulations of someone’s face, voice or actions. They enable people to make it seem like someone said or did something they didn’t or an event happened that never occurred. They are getting easier to make, requiring fewer source images to build them, and they are increasingly being commercialized.” The term deepfakes essentially comes from combining “deep learning” with “fake.” 

If you would like to explore how it feels as a politician to become the subject of a disinformation campaign, come and play our political online game: The Disinformation Diaries here

To give you a very concrete example for a political deepfake, watch “our”  President Trump live on stage at the Copenhagen Democracy Summit in 2019.

To learn more about Disinformation and the potential damage of political Deepfakes in the future, visit our Open Online Course on the EdTech-platform CanopyLab here.

Was ist der “Pledge for Election Integrity”

Jedes Jahr begeben sich Millionen von Menschen auf der ganzen Welt an die Urnen, um ihre Stimme abzugeben. Aber oft sind sie nicht die Einzigen, die über die politische Zukunft ihres Landes entscheiden möchten – auch manche ausländische Mächte wollen das Ergebnis mitbeeinflussen. Daher bemühen sich Regierungen, Wahlkommissionen und Nachrichtendienste in unterschiedlichem Maße, diesen Bedrohungen zu begegnen. Dennoch ist vielerorts noch nicht genug getan worden.

Politische Parteien und ihre Kandidatinnen und Kandidaten stehen an vorderster Front, wenn es um die Integrität von Demokratie und Wahlen geht. Deshalb rufen die Mitglieder der TCEI alle demokratischen Parteien sowie deren Kandidatinnen und Kandidaten auf, sich zu verpflichten, keine Maßnahmen zu ergreifen, die diejenigen unterstützen, die versuchen, unsere Demokratien zu untergraben.

 

Was ist die Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity (TCEI)?

Die TCEI ist eine transatlantische, überparteiliche Gruppe von Führungskräften aus Politik, Technologieunternehmen, Wirtschaft und Medien, deren Ziel es ist, einen verbindlicheren Ansatz zur Verhinderung der nächsten Welle ausländischer Wahleinmischung zu fördern.

Das Ziel der Transatlantischen Kommission ist es, das Bewusstsein für die Risiken von Wahleinmischung zu stärken, neue technologische Hilfsmittel zu entwickeln und Schwachstellen sowie politische Gegenmaßnahmen für betroffene Länder in Europa, die USA und besonders exponierte Staaten wie die Ukraine zu identifizieren.

Besuchen Sie unsere TCEI-Homepage, um mehr zu erfahren: Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity

Was sind Desinformationen? 

Desinformationen sind eines der wichtigsten Mittel, um sich in demokratische Wahlen einzumischen und den demokratischen Prozess in einem Land zu untergraben. Aber was ist der Unterschied zwischen Fake News, Fehlinformationen (engl.: „misinformation“) und Desinformationen (engl.: „disinformation“)? 

Laut dem Europäischen Aktionsplan für Demokratie sind „Fehlinformationen falsche oder irreführende Inhalte, die ohne schädliche Absicht geteilt werden, obwohl die Auswirkungen dennoch schädlich sein können, z. wenn Menschen in gutem Glauben falsche Informationen an Freunde und Familie weitergeben. Desinformationen sind falsche oder irreführende Nachrichteninhalte, die mit der Absicht verbreitet werden, dadurch einen wirtschaftlichen oder politischen Gewinn zu erzielen, der gleichzeitig der Öffentlichkeit Schaden zufügen kann.“ Mit anderen Worten, Fehlinformationen sind zwar teilweise unwahre Nachrichten, aber die Person, die sie verbreitet, glaubt, dass sie wahr sind. Desinformation sind ebenfalls unwahr, aber die Person, die sie verbreitet, weiß genau, dass sie falsch sind. Es handelt sich um eine absichtliche Lüge, die darauf abzielt, dass Menschen von in- oder ausländischen böswilligen Akteuren aktiv manipuliert werden. 

Was ist Cyberhygiene? 

Ähnlich wie die persönliche Hygiene dafür sorgt, dass wir gesund bleiben, bezieht sich Cyberhygiene auf bewährte Praktiken und Aktivitäten, die Internetnutzer durchführen sollten, um ihre Cybersicherheit zu verbessern, damit ihre Daten und ihre persönliche digitale Identität geschützt sind, während sie Online-Aktivitäten wie E-Mails bearbeiten, im Internet surfen oder auf Social-Media-Plattformen aktiv sind. Cyber-Hygiene ist somit die Grundvoraussetzung, um Nutzer vor Angriffen im Cyberspace zu schützen. 

Was sind Deepfakes? 

Der Begriff „Deepfake“ wird oft als Überbegriff verwendet, der verschiedene Formen der audiovisuellen Manipulation umfasst. Aber Deepfakes können genauer als hochentwickelte Manipulation audiovisueller Medien mit von künstlicher Intelligenz gesteuerter Technologie definiert werden. Aber was ist daran so besonders? Das Media Lab von WITNESS bringt es auf den Punkt: „Deepfakes sind neue Formen der audiovisuellen Manipulation, die es Menschen ermöglichen, realistische Simulationen des Gesichts, der Stimme oder der Handlungen einer Person zu erstellen. Sie ermöglichen es den Menschen, es so aussehen zu lassen, als ob jemand etwas gesagt oder getan hätte, was sie nicht getan haben, oder ein Ereignis passiert ist, das nie stattgefunden hat. Sie werden immer einfacher zu erstellen, erfordern weniger Quellbilder, um sie zu erstellen, und sie werden zunehmend kommerzialisiert.“ Der Begriff Deepfakes kommt im Wesentlichen aus der Kombination von „Deep Learning“ mit „Fake“. 

Wenn Sie sich einen Eindruck davon verschaffen möchten, wie es sich als Politikerin oder Politiker anfühlt, Opfer einer Desinformationskampagne zu werden, spielen Sie doch einmal die deutsche Version unseres politischen Online-Spiels: The Disinformation Diaries

Um sich ein konkretes Bild davon zu machen, wie ein politischer Deepfake aussehen kann, schauen Sie sich doch einmal “unseren” Präsident Trump auf dem Copenhagen Democracy Summit 2019 an.

 

Sollten Sie sich noch weitergehend über Desinformationen und Deepfakes informieren wollen, laden wir Sie herzlich dazu ein, unseren offenen Online-Kurs auf der Bildundungsplattform CanopyLab zu besuchen hier.

What is the Pledge for Election Integrity?

Every year millions of people around the world go to the polls to cast their vote. But they may not be the only ones to have their say – foreign powers will also want to influence the outcome. Governments, electoral commissions and intelligence services have mobilized to varying degrees to counter these threats. Yet not enough has been done.

Political parties and their candidates are on the front lines of democracy and election integrity. That is why the members of the Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity are calling on all democratic parties, as well as candidates themselves, to commit to take no action to aid and abet those who seek to undermine our democracies.

What is the Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity?

The Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity is a transatlantic, bi-partisan group of political, tech, business and media leaders that seeks to foster a more collective approach to preventing the next wave of foreign election interference.

The Commission’s work raises awareness of the risks, develops new technology tools, and identifies weaknesses and remedies in the policy response across Europe and the USA, including front line states such as Ukraine.

Visit our TCEI homepage to learn more:

Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity

What is the Pledge for Election Integrity?

Every year millions of people around the world go to the polls to cast their vote. But they may not be the only ones to have their say – foreign powers will also want to influence the outcome. Governments, electoral commissions and intelligence services have mobilized to varying degrees to counter these threats. Yet not enough has been done.

Political parties and their candidates are on the front lines of democracy and election integrity. That is why the members of the Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity are calling on all democratic parties, as well as candidates themselves, to commit to take no action to aid and abet those who seek to undermine our democracies.

What is the Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity?

The Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity is a transatlantic, bi-partisan group of political, tech, business and media leaders that seeks to foster a more collective approach to preventing the next wave of foreign election interference.

The Commission’s work raises awareness of the risks, develops new technology tools, and identifies weaknesses and remedies in the policy response across Europe and the USA, including front line states such as Ukraine.

Visit our TCEI homepage to learn more:

Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity

რატომ უნდა მოაწეროთ ხელი დათქმას?

31 ოქტომბერს საქართველოში საპარლამენტო არჩევნები ჩატარდება. საარჩევნო სისტემასთან დაკავშირებული მნიშვნელოვანი ცვლილებების ფონზე, საქართველოს მოქალაქეებს მაღალი მოლოდინები აქვთ მოახლოებულ საპარლამენტო არჩვენებთან დაკავშირებით. წინასაარჩევნო პერიოდში, არჩევნებში მავნე ჩარევისა და მიზანმიმართული დეზინფორმაციის რისკი მაღალია. ამ რისკების უგულებელყოფა ან უფრო უარესი – მავნე ძალების პირდაპირი თუ ირიბი მხარდაჭერა, დემოკრატიული სისტემებისა და პროცესების მიმართ საქართველოს მოსახლეობის ნდობას შეარყევს.

პოლიტიკური პარტიები და მათი კანდიდატები დემოკრატიისა და სამართლიანი არჩვენებისთვის ბრძოლის წინა ხაზზე არიან. ამიტომაც, ტრანსატლანტიკური კომისია არჩევნებში კეთილსინდისიერი მონაწილეობისათვის (TCEI) მოუწოდებს ყველა დემოკრატიულ პარტიასა და მათ კანდიდატებს დათქმაზე ხელმოწერით პირობა დადონ რომ არ დაეხმარებიან და არ წააქეზებენ მათ, ვინც ცდილობს ავნოს დემოკრატიას.

რას წარმოადგენს ტრანსატლანტიკური კომისია არჩევნებში კეთილსინდისიერი მონაწილეობისათვის (TCEI)?

ტრანსატლანტიკური კომისია არჩევნებში კეთილსინდისიერი მონაწილეობისათვის არის პოლიტიკოსების მრავალპარტიული ჯგუფი რომელიც ასევე აერთიანებს ტექნოლოგიების, ბიზნესისა და მედია სფეროს ლიდერებს. კომისიის მიზანია გააძლიეროს კოლექტიური ძალისხმევა არჩევნებში საგარეო ჩარევის თავიდან აცილების მიზნით.

კომისიის საქმიანობა მოიცავს ცნობიერების ამაღლებას არჩევნებში ჩარევის რისკების შესახებ და შესაბამისი ტექნოლოგიური გადაწყვეტების შემუშავებას. ტრანსატლანტიკური კომისია ასევე იკვლევს საჯარო პოლიტიკის სუსტ მხარეებს და შეიმუშავებს მათი აღმოფხვრის გზებს. TCEI მუშაობს ევროპაში, ამერიკის შეერთებულ შტატებსა და დეზინფორმაციასთან ბრძოლის ისეთ ფრონტის წინა ხაზზე მყოფ ქვეყნებში, როგორიც უკრაინაა.

Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity

Candidates who took the pledge

First NameLast NamePositionParty Political GroupNationality TCEI Election Pledge
Joseph RBidenCandidateDemocratUnited StatesUS
ValentinAbelCandidateFDPLiberalGermany Germany
GökhanAkkamisCandidateFDPLiberalGermany Germany
ReemAlabali-RadovanCandidateSDPSocial DemocratsGermany Germany
NemirAliCandidateFDPLiberalGermany Germany
JohannesArltCandidateSDPSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
NezahatBaradariMember of ParliamentSDPSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
HolgerBeckerCandidate SPDSocial DemocratsGermany Germany
MaikBergerCandidate
SPDSocial DemocratsGermany Germany
EnricoBlochCandidateSDPSocial DemocratsGermany Germany
IngoBodtkeCandidateFDPLiberalGermany Germany
JensBrandenburgMember of ParliamentFDPLiberalGermany Germany
LeniBreymaierMember of ParliamentSDPSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
LeonBuchwaldCandidateDie LinkeLeftGermany Germany
Dr. LarsCastellucciMember of ParliamentSPDSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
LiborioCiccarelloCandidateDie LinkeLeftGermany Germany
HakanDemirCandidateSPDSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
SandraDetzerCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermanyGermany
PatrickDieboldCandidateSPD
Social DemocratsGermanyGermany
Eva-MarieDoerflerCandidateAfDAlternative für Deutschland - AfDGermany Germany
AnkeDomscheit-BergMember of ParliamentDie LinkeLeftGermanyGermany
Laura SophieDornheimCandidateBündnis 90 / Die GrünenGreen PartyGermanyGermany
MarcelEmmerichMember of ParliamentBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermany Germany
KaiFacklerCandidateFDPLiberalGermanyGermany
SanderFrankCandidateDie LinkeLeftGermany Germany
ManuelGavaCandidateSDPSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
Jan-NiclasGesenhuesCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermanyGermany
InaGießweinCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermany Germany
Eva-MariaGlathe-BraunCandidateDie LinkeLeftGermanyGermany
ClaasGoldensteinCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermany Germany
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ArminGrauCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermany Germany
PhilippHartewigCandidate FDPLiberalGermanyGermany
SebastianHartmannMember of ParliamentSDPSocial DemocratsGermany Germany
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ReneHeesenCandidate Bündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen party GermanyGermany
BernhardHerrmannCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermany Germany
JensHerrndorffCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermany Germany
NadineHeselhausCandidateSDPSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
ReneHessenCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermanyGermany
JustusHeuerCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermanyGermany
FlorianHofmannCandidateDie LinkeLeftGermanyGermany
BrunoHönelCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermany Germany
FabianHornCandidateFDPLiberalGermany Germany
VerenaHubertzCandidateSPDSocial DemocratsGermany Germany
Olaf in der BeekMember of ParliamentFDPLiberalGermany Germany
WernerJannekCandidateFDPLiberalGermany Germany
JulianJoswigCandidateBündnis 90/Die Grünen (Green Party)Green PartyGermanyGermany
Ann-VeruschkaJurischCandidateFDPLiberalGermanyGermany
ElisabethKaiserMember of ParliamentSDPSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
AnnaKassautzkiCandidate SDPSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
KnutKieselCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermanyGermany
RoderichKiesewetterMember of ParliamentCDUConservativesGermanyGermany
JoachimKleenCandidateCDUConservativesGermany Germany
HeikoKnopfCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermany Germany
DeniseKöckeCandidateFDPLiberalGermany Germany
BirgitKömpelCandidateSPDSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
DenisKornCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermany Germany
PhilipKrämerCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermany Germany
JürgenKretzCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermanyGermany
CarolineKrohnCandidateBündnis90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermanyGermany
ViktoriaKruseCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermanyGermany
RobertKuhlmannCandidateDie LinkeLeftGermany Germany
ChrisKühnCandidateBündnis 90/Die Grünen Green PartyGermany Germany
FinnKuhneCandidateSDPSocial DemocratsGermany Germany
Dr. SilkeLaunertMember of ParliamentCSUConservativesGermanyGermany
HelgeLindhMember of ParliamentSPD Social DemocratsGermany Germany
AnnaLührmannCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermanyGermany
TimurLutfullinCandidateFDPLiberalGermanyGermany
StefanMaasCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermanyGermany
YanaMarkCandidateFDPLiberalGermanyGermany
StephanMarquardtCandidateDie LinkeSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
ParsaMarviCandidateSDPSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
ChristophMatschieMember of ParliamentSDPSocial DemocratsGermany Germany
ZoeMayerCandidate Bündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermanyGermany
SigridMeierhoferCandidate SPDSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
AlexanderMeyerCandidateFDPLiberalGermany Germany
MikeMohringMember of ParliamentCDUConservativesGermanyGermany
FalkoMohrsMember of ParliamentSPDSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
MoritzMüllerCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermany Germany
AnnaNeumannCandidate FDPLiberalGermanyGermany
LarsNitschkeCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermany Germany
TimNusserCandidateFDPLiberalGermany Germany
FriedrichOhnesorgeCandidateFDPLiberalGermany Germany
MarcusOttoCandidateDie LinkeLeftGermany Germany
JanaPetersCandidate
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TinaPrietzCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen Party Germany Germany
DennisPucherCandidateFDPLiberalGermanyGermany
Ye-OneRhieCandidateSPDSocial DemocratsGermany Germany
Ann CathrinRiedelCandidateFDPLiberalGermanyGermany
NikRiesmeierCandidate Bündnis 90/Die Grünen (Alliance 90/The Greens)Green PartyGermany Germany
AndreasRimkusMember of ParliamentSPDSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
SebastianRoloffCandidateSDPSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
MartinRosemannMember of ParliamentSPDSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
JanRothenbacherCandidateSPDSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
Dr. RainerRothfussCandidate AfDAlternative für Deutschland - AfDGermany Germany
DanielRüdelCandidate FDPLiberalGermanyGermany
NadineRufCandidate SPDSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
HeideSchinowskyCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermanyGermany
Jan-LukasSchmittCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermanyGermany
MatthiasSchniebelCandidateFDPLiberalGermanyGermany
MichaelSchrodiMember of ParliamentSPDSocial DemocratsGermany Germany
KordulaSchulz-AscheMember of ParliamentBündnis 90/Die Grünen (Green Party)Green PartyGermanyGermany
Tim-LukaSchwabCandidateSPDSocial DemocratsGermany Germany
FrankSchwabeMember of ParliamentSDPSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
StefanSchwartzeMember of ParliamentSPDSocial DemocratsGermany Germany
ŞirinSeitzCandidateDie LinkeLeftGermanyGermany
MartinSielmannCandidateFDPLiberalGermanyGermany
StefanSöhngenCandidateDie LinkeLeftGermanyGermany
TillSörensen-SiebelCandidateDie LinkeLeftGermanyGermany
NinaStahrCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermanyGermany
ChristianSteffen-StiehlCandidateFDPLiberalGermany Germany
KonradStockmeierCandidate FDPLiberalGermanyGermany
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ChristianTramnitzCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermanyGermany
NinaTreuCandidateDie LinkeLeftGermany Germany
MajaWallsteinCandidateSPDSocial DemocratsGermany Germany
MelanieWeglingCandidateSDPSocial DemocratsGermany Germany
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JulianaWimmer
CandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermanyGermany
TobiasWinklerCandidate CSUConservativesGermanyGermany
MirkoWitkowskiCandidateSPDSocial DemocratsGermanyGermany
ThomasZawalskiCandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreen PartyGermanyGermany
GianinaZimmermannCandidateBündnis90/Die Grünen (Green Party)Green PartyGermanyGermany
TeonaAkubardiaMember of ParliamentStrategy BuilderGeorgiaGeorgia
EkaBeseliaParty LeaderFor JusticeGeorgiaGeorgia
GigaBokeriaCandidateEuropean GeorgiaGeorgiaGeorgia
TinatinBokuchavaCandidateUnited National MovementGeorgiaGeorgia
NinoBurjanadzeParty LeaderUnited Georgia-Democratic MovementGeorgiaGeorgia
TamarCharkvianiCandidateGiorgi Vashadze-Strategy AghmashenebeliGeorgiaGeorgia
AnaDolidzeCandidateIndependentGeorgiaGeorgia
AlexanderElisashviliParty LeaderThe CitizensGeorgiaGeorgia
LanaGaldavaCandidateLelo for GeorgiaGeorgiaGeorgia
GrigolGegeliaCandidateLelo for GeorgiaGeorgiaGeorgia
GiorgiKandelakiCandidateEuropean GeorgiaGeorgiaGeorgia
SergiKapanadzeCandidateEuropean GeorgiaGeorgiaGeorgia
TamarKekenadzeParty LeaderFree DemocratsGeorgiaGeorgia
MamukaKhazaradzeParty LeaderLelo for GeorgiaGeorgiaGeorgia
TamaraKordzaiaCandidateRepublican Party of GeorgiaGeorgiaGeorgia
KakhaKuchavaParty LeaderGeorgian DreamGeorgiaGeorgia
MuradMuradovCandidateLelo for GeorgiaGeorgiaGeorgia
ShalvaNatelashviliParty LeaderGeorgian Labour PartyGeorgiaGeorgia
IrakliOkruashviliParty LeaderVictorious GeorgiaGeorgiaGeorgia
SalomeSamadashviliCandidateUnited National MovementGeorgiaGeorgia
KhatunaSamnidzeParty LeaderRepublican Party of GeorgiaGeorgiaGeorgia
ZazaTsereteliCandidateFor JusticeGeorgiaGeorgia
GiorgiTsobekhiaCandidateGiorgi Vashadze-Strategy AghmashnebeliGeorgiaGeorgia
GigiUgulavaCandidateEuropean GeorgiaGeorgiaGeorgia
DavidUsupashviliCandidateLelo for GeorgiaGeorgiaGeorgia
GiorgiVashadzeParty LeaderGiorgi Vashadze-Strategy AghmashenebeliGeorgiaGeorgia
KenanAkyilParty Membersp.aPESBelgiumEU
AbirAl-SahlaniMPCenterpartietAldeSwedenEU
ChristianAllard2019 European CandidateScottish National PartyEuropean Free AllianceUnited KingdomEU
ElisabethAltekoesterCandidate to runN-VAECRBelgiumEU
RalucaAmariei2019 European CandidateAlianta 2020RomaniaEU
BertAnciaux2019 European CandidateSp.aS&DBelgiumEU
HeatherAnderson2019 European CandidateScottish National PartyEuropean Free AllianceUnited KingdomEU
LaimaAndrikieneCurrent MEPHomeland Union – Lithuanian Christian DemocratsGroup of the European People's Party (Christian Democrats)LithuaniaEU
Anna MichelleAsimakopoulou2019 European CandidateNea DemokratiaEPPGreeceEU
MargreteAukenCurrent MEPSocialistic Peoples PartyGreens-EFADenmarkEU
BeatrizBecerraCurrent MEPIndependentALDESpainEU
BrandoBenifeiCurrent MEPPartito DemocraticoSocialists&DemocratsItalyEU
VladimirBilcik2019 European CandidateSPOLU - Civic DemocracySlovakiaEU
GabyBischoffCandidate to runSPDS&DGermanyEU
Lukas Blasej2019 European CandidatePirate PartyCzech RepublicEU
MetteBock2019 European CandidateThe Liberal AllianceALDEDenmarkEU
GeertBourgeois2019 European CandidateN-VAECRBelgiumEU
TomBrakeParty MemberLiberal DemocratsALDEUnited KingdomEU
ElmarBrokCurrent MEPCDUEPPGermanyEU
KlausBuchnerCurrent MEPEkologisch-Demokratische Partei Greens/EFAGermanyEU
MikelBurzakoParty MemberBasque National PartyALDESpainEU
ReinhardButikoferCurrent MEPBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreens/EFAGermanyEU
AnneCaelen2019 European CandidateN-VAECRBelgiumEU
EnriqueCalvet ChambonCurrent MEPIndependentALDESpainEU
ErikaCasajoana2019 European CandidateJunts per CatalunyaSpainEU
Lukas LevCervinka2019 European CandidateCesk? pir?tsk? strana (Czech Pirate Party)Czech RepublicEU
DitaCharanzovaCurrent MEPANOALDECzech RepublicEU
ZlatimiraColova2019 European CandidateVolt BulgariaBulgariaEU
Anna MariaCorazza BildtMember of the European PartyMiderate party, SwedenEPPSwedenEU
JanCornillie2019 European CandidateSp.aS&DBelgiumEU
AdrianaCristian2019 European CandidateUSRRomaniaEU
DanielDaltonCurrent MEPConservativeECRUnited KingdomEU
JakopDalundeCurrent MEPMiljöpartiet De GrönaGreens/EFASwedenEU
MonicaDe Coninck2019 European Candidatesp.aS&DBelgiumEU
PetraDe Sutter2019 European CandidateGroenGreens/EFABelgiumEU
zegerdebyserCandidate to runN-VABelgiumEU
MarkDemesmaekerCurrent MEPN-VAECRBelgiumEU
CarlaDenyer2019 European CandidateGreen PartyGreens-EFAUnited KingdomEU
GirardDeprezCurrent MEPMouvement ReformateurALDEBelgiumEU
PiaDesmetUnionist BBTK/FGTBSPaS&DBelgiumEU
MartinaDlabajovaCurrent MEPANOALDECzech RepublicEU
KimElmose2019 European CandidateThe Social-liberal Party / Radikale VenstreALDEDenmarkEU
JillEvansCurrent MEPPlaid CymruGreens/EFAUnited KingdomEU
Jose InacioFariaCurrent MEPMPTEPPPortugalEU
FredrickFederleyCurrent MEPCentre partyALDESwedenEU
FennaFeenstra2019 European CandidateSPgue/nglEU
MargaretFerrier2019 European CandidateScottish National PartyEuropean Free AllianceUnited KingdomEU
KnutFleckensteinCurrent MEPSPDS&DGermanyEU
AnnaFotygaCurrent MEPPrawo i Sprawiedliwo__ (PiS)European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR)PolandEU
DanielFreund2019 European CandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreens/EFAGermanyEU
MalteGallee2019 European CandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreens/EFAGermanyEU
ClaudiaGamon2019 European CandidateNEOSALDEAustriaEU
EvelyneGebhardtCurrent MEPSPDS&DGermanyEU
AlexandraGeese2019 European CandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreens/EFAGermanyEU
StefanGehroldCurrent MEPCDUEPPGermanyEU
SvenGiegoldCurrent MEPBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreens/EFAGermanyEU
YanaGiovanisCandidate, International Secretary Jongsocialisten Belgiumsp.aS&DBelgiumEU
MarketaGregorova2019 European CandidateCzech Pirate partyEuropean Pirate partyCzech RepublicEU
NathalieGriesbeckCurrent MEPMoDemALDEFranceEU
SylvieGuillaumeCurrent MEPSocialist PartySocialists & DemocratsFranceEU
HenrikeHahn2019 European CandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGermanyEU
ChristopheHansenCurrent MEPCSVEPPLuxembourgEU
DominikHatiar2019 European CandidateProgresivne SlovenskoALDESlovakiaEU
MortenHelveg PetersenCurrent MEPRadikale VenstreALDEDenmarkEU
ArnoutHoekstra2019 European CandidateSPGUE/NGLThe NetherlandsEU
ClaudiaHofemannCandidate to runGroenLinksEuropean GreensEU
FilipeHonorio2019 European CandidateLIVREG/EFAPortugalEU
DanutaHuebner2019 European CandidateEPPPolandEU
IvarsIjabs2019 European CandidateAttistibai/PAR!ALDELatviaEU
IevaIlvesa2019 European CandidateAttistibai/PAR!ALDELatviaEU
RaquelIzquierdo de Santiago2019 European CandidateEsquerra RepublicanaGreens/EFASpainEU
RobJettenParty LeaderD66ALDEThe NetherlandsEU
OriolJunqueras i ViesParty LeaderEsquerra RepublicanaGreens/EFASpainEU
KajaKallasParty LeaderEstonian Reform PartyALDEEstoniaEU
PetraKammerevertCurrent MEPSPDS&DGermanyEU
AssitaKanko2019 European CandidateNVAECRBelgiumEU
SajjadKarimCurrent MEPConservative and UnionistECRUnited KingdomEU
PrittyKaur2019 European CandidateSp.aBelgiumEU
ErkkiKeldoParty LeaderEstonian Reform PartyALDEEstoniaEU
AlexKerr2019 European CandidateScottish National PartyEuropean Free AllianceUnited KingdomEU
SabineKlok2019 European CandidateGroenLinksGreensEU
GorkaKnorr2019 European CandidateJunts per CatalunyaSpainEU
Dirk-JanKoch2019 European CandidateGroenLinksGreens/EFAEU
JeppeKofodCurrent MEPSocialdemokratietSocialists and DemocratsDenmarkEU
ArndtKohnCurrent MEPSPDS&DGermanyEU
FrantisekKopsiva2019 European CandidateCzech Pirate Party (_esk? pir?tsk? strana)Czech RepublicEU
EdwinKorver2019 European Candidatesp.aS&DBelgiumEU
AndreyKovatchevCurrent MEPGERB (Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria)EPPBulgariaEU
EdvardKozusnikCandidate to runODSECRCzech RepublicEU
Eerik NilesKrossCandidateReform PartyALDEEstoniaEU
NorbertKurilla2019 European CandidateMost-HidEPPSlovakiaEU
SergeyLagodinsky2019 European CandidateAlliance 90/The GreensGreens/EFAGermanyEU
MarisLauriParty MemberReform PartyALDEEstoniaEU
JoLeinenCurrent MEPSozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (SPD)Party of European Socialists (PES)/Group of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament (S&D)GermanyEU
ArneLietzCurrent MEPSPDS&DGermanyEU
WierinckLieveCurrent MEPOpenVldAldeBelgiumEU
MortenLoekkegaard2019 European CandidateVenstreALDEDenmarkEU
VixLowthion2019 European CandidateGreenGreenUnited KingdomEU
DavidMcAllisterCurrent MEPCDUEPPGermanyEU
AileenMcLeod2019 European CandidateScottish National PartyEuropean Free AllianceUnited KingdomEU
TillyMetz2019 European CandidateDéi GréngEuropean Green PartyLuxembourgEU
NadineMilde2019 European CandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenEGPGermanyEU
TeresaMotaCandidate to runLIVREGreensPortugalEU
NoraMouallalisp.aS&DBelgiumEU
UlrikeMullerCurrent MEPFreie WahlerALDEGermanyEU
HannahNeumann2019 European CandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreens/EFAGermanyEU
NorbertNeuserCurrent MEPSPDS&DGermanyEU
MariaNoichlCurrent MEPSPDS&DGermanyEU
KaoutarOulichki2019 European CandidateSp.aPESBelgiumEU
UrmasPaetCurrent MEPReform PartyALDEEstoniaEU
JanPaternotteParty MemberD66ALDEThe NetherlandsEU
JuttaPaulus2019 European CandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenEuropean Green PartyGermanyEU
CasperPedersen2019 European CandidateVenstreALDEDenmarkEU
KeitPentus-RosimannusMember of Estonian ParliamentReform PartyALDEEstoniaEU
SimonaPetrik2019 European CandidateSPOLU - TOGETHERSlovakiaEU
HannoPevkurParty MemberReform PartyALDEEstoniaEU
ToninoPiculaCurrent MEPSDPS&DCroatiaEU
SirpaPietikainenCurrent MEPNational Coalition (Kokoomus)EPPFinlandEU
FilipaPintoCandidate to runLIVREGreensPortugalEU
KatiPiri2019 European CandidatePvdAPESEU
JiriPospisil2019 European CandidateTOP 09EPPCzech RepublicEU
CarlesPuigdemont i Casamaj?2019 European CandidateJunts per Catalunya/Lliures per EuropaBelgiumEU
JozoRadosCurrent MEPGlasALDECroatiaEU
DiamantinoRaposinhoCandidate to runLIVREPortugalEU
Bergur Larsson LokkeRasmussen2019 European CandidateVenstreALDEDenmarkEU
EvelynRegner2019 European CandidateSP?S&DAustriaEU
TerryReintke2019 European CandidateBündnis 90/Die GrünenGreens/EFAGermanyEU
DianaRiba i Giner2019 European CandidateEsquerra Republicana de CatalunyaGreens/EFASpainEU
PatrickRichardson-Todd2019 European CandidateVoltBelgiumEU
FrederiqueRiesCurrent MEPMRALDEBelgiumEU
CatharinaRinzema2019 European CandidateVVDALDEEU
DominiqueRiquetCurrent MEPMouvement Radical - social liberalALDEFranceEU
TaaviRoivas2019 European CandidateReform PartyALDEEstoniaEU
AuraSalla2019 European CandidateNational Coalition PartyEPPFinlandEU
MarcusScheuren2019 European CandidateFDP (Freie Demokratische Partei)ALDEGermanyEU
HelmutScholzCurrent MEPGUE/NGLGermanyEU
MollyScott CatoCurrent MEPGreenGreens-EFAUnited KingdomEU
MerisSehovic2019 European CandidateDéi GréngEuropean Green PartyLuxembourgEU
PerServeParty MemberVenstreRenew EuropeDenmarkEU
AlynSmithCurrent MEPScottish National PartyEuropean Free AllianceUnited KingdomEU
TineSoensParty MemberSp.aS&DBelgiumEU
LineaSogaard-Lidell2019 European CandidateVenstreALDEDenmarkEU
JordiSole i FerrandoCurrent MEPEsquerra RepublicanaGreens/EFASpainEU
VeikoSpolitisParty MemberVienot_baEPPLatviaEU
IvanStefanecCurrent MEPSDKU-DSEPPSlovakiaEU
DavidStelliniCandidate to runNationalist PartyEPPMaltaEU
HelgaStevensCurrent MEPN-VAECRBelgiumEU
MatthiasStorme2019 European CandidateN-VAECRBelgiumEU
VincentStuer2019 European CandidateOpen VldALDEBelgiumEU
DubravkaSuicaCurrent MEPHDZEPPCroatiaEU
TiborSzanyiCurrent MEPMSZP (Hungarian Socialist Party)S&DHungaryEU
IndrekTarandCurrent MEPIndependentGreens/EFAEstoniaEU
PavelTelickaCurrent MEPHlasALDECzech RepublicEU
CarlTornell2019 European CandidateVoltBelgiumEU
NilsTorvaldsCurrent MEPSwedish People’s Party - Svenska FolkpartietALDEFinlandEU
ErnestUrtasunCurrent MEPGreens/EFAEGPSpainEU
KatrienUyttersprot2019 European CandidateN-VABelgiumEU
IneseVaidereCurrent MEPVienot_baEPPLatviaEU
Adina IoanaValeanCurrent MEPPNL RomaniaEPPRomaniaEU
KathleenVan Bremptsp.aS&DBelgiumEU
DirkVan der Maelen2019 European CandidateSp.aS&DBelgiumEU
Reiniervan Lanschot2019 European CandidateVoltVoltThe NetherlandsEU
Elinevan Nistelrooij2019 European CandidateGroenLinksGreens/EFAEU
Sisselvan Run-Kvist2019 European CandidateRadikale VenstreALDEDenmarkEU
Kimvan Sparrentak2019 European CandidateGroenLinksThe GreensEU
MaximVandekerckhoveCandidate to runSp.aS&DBelgiumEU
AlexandruVarzaru2019 European CandidateAlianta 2020 USR PLUSRomaniaEU
HildeVautmansCurrent MEPOpen VldALDEBelgiumEU
MirjaVehkaperaCurrent MEPCentre PartyALDEFinlandEU
JeroniVergeer2019 European CandidateGroenLinksThe GreensEU
NikolajVillumsen2019 European CandidateEnhedslisten - Red-Green AllianceGUE-NGLDenmarkEU
ViolaViola Von Cramon-Taubadel2019 European CandidateAlliance90/The GreenGermanyEU
JannieVisscher2019 European CandidateSocialist PartyGUE-NGLEU
JulieWardCurrent MEPLabourSocialists and DemocratsUnited KingdomEU
PernilleWeiss2019 European CandidateDet Konservative FolkepartiEPPDenmarkEU
EmmaWiesner2019 European CandidateCenterpartietALDESwedenEU
CeciliaWikstromCurrent MEPLiberalernaALDESwedenEU
TiemoWolkenCurrent MEPSPDS&DGermanyEU
OonaWyns2019 European Candidatesp.aS&DBelgiumEU
NikosYannis2019 European CandidateNew DemocracyEPPGreeceEU
RobertsZileCurrent MEPNational AllianceEuropean Conservatives and Reformists GroupLatviaEU
KarinaGouldCandidateCanadian Member of ParliamentLiberalCanadaCanada
AndrewScheerParty LeaderCanadian Member of ParliamentThe Conservative PartyCanadaCanada
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