Political groups & coalitions
of Volt Germany
In the Bonn City Council, Volt Bonn forms a parliamentary group with 3 councillors and has entered into a coalition with the Greens, the SPD and the Left.
1.- Cologne City Council: Volt has formed a parliamentary group comprising 4 members. In March 2021 Volt has formed a coalition with the Green Party (Bündnis 90/Die Grünen) and the Christian Democratic Party (CDU)
2.- Regional Council of the Administrative District of Cologne: Volt has formed a political group with the party DIE LINKE.
Volt Darmstadt has formed its own a parliamentary group comprising five members.
More information on the website of Volt Darmstadt.
In the City Council of Düsseldorf Volt has formed a parliamentary group with the Social Democratic Party (SPD)
In a pan-European vote within Volt it was decided to join the Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament.
With The Greens, SPD and FDP, Volt Frankfurt wants to "Shape a new Frankfurt".
City of Gießen:
Volt and the list "Gießen gemeinsam gestalten" ("Shaping Gießen together") have formed a parliamentary group.
Find more information about our work in the local parliament on our parliamentary group page
„Die Partei“ and Volt have formed a parliamentary group in Gießen county.
In the Hannover City Council and in the Regional Assembly "Die Partei" and Volt have formed a parliamentary group.
In the Council of the Ricklingen district a group of the FDP with Volt was formed.
In Mainz, Volt has one seat and forms a parliamentary group with the Pirates, who also have one seat.
Munich is a European metropolis, a social, ecological and solidary city. Together with Mayor Dieter Reiter and Mayoress Verena Dietl as well as the Munich SPD, the SPD/Volt parliamentary group advocates shaping cohesion, social-ecological responsibility and economic success and ensuring cultural diversity, security and forward-looking openness.
Volt Münster has formed a coalition with the Green Party and the SPD.
Volt Siegen has formed a parliamentary group comprising two members in the Siegen City Council.
In the local elections in March 2021, three Volt members were elected to the Wiesbaden city council and form their own parliamentary group.