Karin Logemann

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Karin Logemann, 2018

Karin Logemann (born January 17, 1961 in Berne ) is a German politician ( SPD ) and a member of the Lower Saxony state parliament .


Karin Logemann initially trained as a kindergarten teacher. After many years as a daily newspaper journalist, she completed further training as an IT systems clerk and worked as a marketing assistant in an IT company. From 2005 she was self-employed with her own public relations agency.

Logemann has been a member of the SPD since 2006. Since 2001 she has been a member of the council of the community of Berne, since 2006 also of the district council of the Wesermarsch district . In October 2014 she moved up for Claus Peter Poppe via the state list in the Lower Saxony state parliament. In the state elections in 2017 , she was elected to the state parliament as a direct candidate in the state constituency of Wesermarsch . She is the spokeswoman for the SPD parliamentary group for food, agriculture, consumer protection and rural development. Logemann is a member of the parliament's committee for food, agriculture, consumer protection and regional development as well as of the ports and shipping subcommittee.

Logemann is married and has three daughters.

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Individual evidence

  1. ^ Gabriele Andretta (Ed.), Department for Press, Public Relations, Protocol: Lower Saxony State Parliament. Handbook of the Lower Saxony Parliament of the 18th electoral period. 2017 to 2022 , 1st edition, Hanover: Lower Saxony State Parliament, 2018, p. 97