Michał Kołodziejczak, the leader of Agrounia, who secured a parliamentary seat, said in “Kropka nad i” on TVN24 that “we managed to achieve a very good result.” – During one of our first conversations, we talked with Donald Tusk about the fact that mobilizing the electorate for the elections would be very important. And that’s what we focused on, he added. At the same time, he admitted that he had chosen a “quite original campaign”.
The leader of Agrounia, Michał Kołodziejczak, running from the Civic Coalition’s list, won over 30,000 votes and secured a seat in the Sejm. District No. 37, from which he started, includes the following counties: Gniezno, Koło, Konin, Słupca, Średzki, Śrem, Turek and Wrzesiński, as well as the city of Konin. There are 9 parliamentary seats up for grabs.
Kołodziejczak on the secret of success. “Foot in the door”
Kołodziejczak talked more about his electoral success in “Kropka nad i” on TVN24. – I’m just happy. We managed to achieve a very good result – he said.
He was asked about how he conducted his election campaign. – At the very beginning, Donald Tusk and I put our hand and foot in the door. We managed to do it and we just held the door tightly, he replied.
– Two months ago, Donald Tusk announced that Agrounia and I would run in the elections together with the (Civic) Coalition. And then, during one of our first conversations, we talked with Donald Tusk about the fact that mobilizing the electorate for the elections would be very important. And that was our focus, he continued.
Member of Parliament’s mandate was spent on a scooter
Kołodziejczak said he focused on a “quite original campaign.” – I rode a scooter around the 37th constituency. It was simply talked about throughout the district, that Kołodziejczak was traveling and talking to people – he pointed out.
Kołodziejczak said that on June 2, in the district where he started, the police stopped him and took his driving license for three months. – Nothing to brag about. I was driving too fast. But I don’t run away from such stories. And then, to ride around Warsaw while staying here, I bought a scooter. When I got my driving license back after three months, it was unclear what to do with the scooter. So (I put the scooter – editor) on the bus and “we go to the district”. And I traveled and talked, he admitted.
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