Alexander Salomon wants to make Baden-Württemberg a leading IT state. The member of the state parliament for Karlsruhe is also committed to media and network policy and against right-wing extremism.
Combining innovation and sustainability
Alexander Salomon hopes that Baden-Württemberg will become the leading IT state in Germany and Europe. His constituency, Karlsruhe II, will play a pioneering role as the location of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), the University of Applied Sciences (HTW) and other universities. As a member of the Committee for Science, Research and Art, he is particularly committed to this goal, in addition to progressive science policy. The basis for this is good education. The continuation of a successful education policy is the basis for economic success and a functioning society.