Marco Buschmann (born 1 August 1977) is a German politician. Born in Gelsenkirchen, North Rhine-Westphalia he represents the Free Democratic Party (FDP). Reinhold has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of North Rhine-Westphalia since 2017.
After graduating from the Max-Planck-Gymnasium in Gelsenkirchen in 1997, Buschmann studied law at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität in Bonn. In 2004, he passed his first state examination at the Düsseldorf Higher Regional Court. This was followed by a legal traineeship at the Regional Court in Essen and in 2007 the Second State Examination at the Higher Regional Court in Hamm. He works as a lawyer for White & Case LLP Düsseldorf. Since November 2009 his employment with the firm has been suspended.
Buschmann is a member of the FDP since 1994. In the 2009 Bundestag elections, he ran for election in the constituency of Gelsenkirchen and entered the Bundestag via list number 20. He was chairman of the working group on law in the FDP parliamentary group and an expert on constitutional and economic law. Due to the failure of his party to reach the five percent hurdle in the 2013 Bundestag elections, he left the Bundestag. The federal executive committee of the FDP appointed Mr. Buschmann as Federal Executive Director with effect from 1 June 2014. Following his election to the German Bundestag, his term as Federal Executive Director ended on 31 October 2017. Marco Mendorf was appointed as his successor. In the 2017 federal elections, Buschmann stood for the FDP in the Gelsenkirchen constituency and was elected to the 19th German Bundestag via 4th place on the North Rhine-Westphalia state list of the FDP. There he is the first parliamentary manager of his parliamentary group.