Deputy mayor of Kirchheim leaves FDP and joins Volt

Deputy mayor of Kirchheim leaves FDP and joins Volt

11/9/2020, 5:00:00 PM
Sandra Wagner and Gerd Kleiber from Kirchheim have left the FDP and join Volt.

Sandra Wagner and Gerd Kleiber from Kirchheim have left the FDP and join Volt.

Volt now has a municipal councillor and deputy mayor in Kirchheim in the Landkreis München.

Sandra Wagner and Gerd Kleiber
Sandra Wagner and Gerd Kleiber. Photo: privat

Sandra Wagner, former district councillor for Munich Land, and Gerd Kleiber, municipal councillor and deputy mayor of Kirchheim, have both left the FDP and recently joined Volt Germany. After many years of honorary political work, they would like to continue their commitment in the future and pass on their knowledge and experience.

Volt is the first pan-European movement and also party - across borders we make policy for a strong, federal Europe that is future-oriented. In 29 countries, we encourage citizens to rethink and help shape policy at local, national and European level.

The main topics of Volt, 5+1, in particular the further development and strengthening of the European Union, environment and sustainability as well as civil rights and economic and social policy convinced Sandra Wagner and Gerd Kleiber to get involved with Volt. Both would like to contribute to the establishment of this still young organisation in the Landkreis München.

Sandra Wagner
Dipl. Biologist; grammar school teacher

2002 - 2014 Municipal councillor in Kirchheim b. München
2008 - 2014 District councillor for Upper Bavaria
2014 - 2020 District councillor for Munich Land

Gerd Kleiber
Managing Director of a medical technology company

2014 - 2020 Municipal councillor in Kirchheim near Munich and 3rd mayor of the municipality of Kirchheim
since März 2020 Municipal councillor and deputy mayor of Kirchheim
Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Collegium 2000 gGmbH