On March 27, the voters of Baden-Wuerttemberg state in southwest Germany cast ballots for state office. The Green Party placed second, with 24.2% of the vote. Because the Social Democratic Party received 23.1%, there is likely to be a coalition between those two parties. Because the Greens received more votes than the Social Democrats, if normal rules are followed, a Green Party member will become premier of the state, which has a greater population than Belgium and Luxembourg combined.
The Christian Democratic Union received 39%, and its allies the Free Democrats received 5.3%. See this story.