“As a spokeswoman for the Razem Party, she sweeps away TV debates with gloomy types from PiS and Confederation, which is always nice to watch. She is running in the elections with a list of the four most urgent and key issues, which are also close to me” – this is how Olko encouraged people to vote for Dorota before elections writer Filip Springer. Ultimately, the representative of the Left, starting from fourth place on the list, made it to the Sejm.
Dorota Olko is the press secretary of the Razem Party and a member of its management board. She graduated in sociology and journalism at the University of Warsaw. She is also a graduate of the Postgraduate School of Polish Philology with an editorial specialization.
On the Warsaw list of the Left, she started from fourth place. Adrian Zandberg, leader of the New Left list, received the most votes with 64,435 votes. Olko, ahead of the “two” on the list – Anna Żukowska and the “three” – Agata Diduszko-Zyglewska, entered the Sejm. 44,188 voters voted for her.
Springer’s “dream MP”.
Before the elections, she was supported on social media by, among others, the writer Filip Springer.
“Dorota, as a spokeswoman for the Razem Party, sweeps TV debates with gloomy types from PiS and Confederation, which is always nice to watch. She is running in the elections with a list of the four most urgent and key issues, which are also close to me: the construction of cheap apartments for rent and the regulation rents, construction of dormitories and houses for scientists, increases for the budget and reimbursement of contraception and morning-after pills without a prescription,” he wrote.
“Finally, I will add something that is not the most important here, but important to me – Dorota, although associated with Warsaw for years, comes from Siedlce (and I know something about women from Siedlce, my wife is from Siedlce, and therefore my mother-in-law and Sister-in-law and this is my dream: Wife, Mother-in-law and Sister-in-law). So, actually, I can also have my dream MP,” he added.
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