Gelsenkirchen old town.
It is VOTED: voting with a complaining box, fair and poetry slam. DGB Jungend and Falken Gelsenkirchen are planning the U-18 election at the Musiktheater.
Voting with a complaining box and political fair: This is what the DGB-Haus der Jugend and the Gelsenkirchener Falken offer on Friday, September 17th, on Kennedyplatz at the Musiktheater im Revier. Of course, young people and children in particular should feel addressed – and unlike in the federal election a week later, they can also cast their votes here at the ballot box.
From 4 p.m., according to the organizers, the U18 election can be “voted”, but also played and grumbled. A fair with games (and prizes) awaits visitors until 7 p.m. There is also a complaining box on the square where girls and boys can let out their anger. In addition, “a creative ballot box” is being set up, which anyone under the age of 18 can use to cast their votes. The announcement of the election results is scheduled for 6.15 p.m., voting ends at 6 p.m.
Poetry slams by Hanna Flieder and live music provide the artistic background for the afternoon.
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