Hungary is electing its 21 MEPs today in the 2019 European Elections. All polling organisations agree that governing party Fidesz is looking at yet another major victory, the real contest is for the second place between Jobbik, MSZP, and DK. Two smaller parties, LMP and Momentum are fighting to pass the 5% electoral threshold, forecasts show that the latter has a good chance of securing a mandate. Turnout is at a record high, 37.06% of eligible voters had already cast their ballots at 5:00 PM.
Anna Donáth is the second candidate on Momentum's list. This video shows her with lead candidate Katalin Cseh as they finds out that the preliminary results show Momentum gaining 9% of the vote, meaning Donáth is likely to be Momentum's second MEP.