It has been announced that Cllr. Mary Linehan Foley is to step down from her role as Chair of the Community Radio Youghal Board of Directors for the duration of the Election Campaign. Cllr. Linehan Foley does not wish the station to appear favouarble to her or for any sense of impropriety to be seen during the campaign.
From The Irish Independent. The Irish Independent political team have put together an analysis of the leaders of the five main political parties as voters prepare to weigh up the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) of each one. Leo Varadkar - Fine Gael An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD following his interview on "This Week" at RTE Headquarters in Donnybrook, Dublin. Photo:Gareth Chaney, Collins STRENGTHS Leo Varadkar’s key strength going
All candidates will be invited on Drivetine Monday to Thursday between 4pm and 6pm. In Focus will hold two live debates on Saturday 25th January and Saturday 1st February from 3pm to 5pm.
From The Irish Examiner. The Taoisech Leo Varadkar has informed his Cabinet colleagues that General Election 2020 will take place on Saturday February 8. The Taoiseach will travel to Áras an Uachtaráin this afternoon to seek a dissolution of the 32nd Dáil from President Michael D Higgins. The date of the election will be Saturday February 8, the Cabinet was told this morning. There had been much speculation that the
Hi friends, it looks as though an election is around the corner in a few short weeks time. Its with great pride that I am announcing that I will be seeking election to Dáil Éireann in this upcoming general election. It was a pretty easy decision for me to make as I’m working at grassroots level day-in, day-out, and I’m seeing first-hand that the current Government has turned its back
From EchoLive. ALL eyes will be on Pat Buckley’s numbers as the ballot boxes are opened on count day in Cork East. Of the four sitting TDs, you could put a fair amount of money on Fine Gael’s David Stanton, Labour’s Seán Sherlock, and Fianna Fáil’s Kevin O’Keeffe all winning re-election. But Sinn Féin’s grip on the fourth seat is a lot looser. On the back of anger against the
The Fianna Fáil ticket for the Cork East constituency has been completed following the addition of Cllr. James O’Connor. Cllr. O’Connor will join sitting TD Kevin O’Keeffe in contesting the next General Election. The decision was taken following a meeting of the Party’s National Constituencies Committee. Cllr. O’Connor was elected to Cork County Council in the Local Elections earlier this year. James grew up on a dairy farm near Youghal