*Photograph: John Mangan David Barrett (IND) has admitted his first entry into politics was “disappointing”.
We’re live from The Falls Hotel bringing you the latest updates on #GE2020 in Clare, fifteen candidates are battling it out to represent Clare in the thirty third Dáil.
Oireachtas TV stemmed his interest in Irish politics, David Barrett (IND) is now vying to win himself a seat in one of the houses of the Oireacthas.
To bring new results, different voting patterns are needed, David Barrett (IND) is repeating to the people of Killaloe.
On Saturday, the General Election takes place with fifteen candidates on the ballot paper in Clare. The Clare Echo is running an online poll from Sunday night to Wednesday morning to see which candidate you would give your first preference vote to. The findings of this online only poll will appear in this week’s newspaper. Readers…
An Australian born engineer, David Barrett has confirmed he will be contesting next month’s General Election.
*Photograph: Martin Connolly It began earlier than expected but the battle is on as candidates from all over the county begin their campaign to be elected to Dáil Éireann.
*Crowds from Sunday’s protest. Photograph: John Mangan Approximately 250 people attended a protest in Ennis on Sunday afternoon voicing their frustrations loud and clear with the current health care offering in the Mid-West of Ireland.
A new political party has been founded by an Australian man living in Cooraclare. David Barrett has started to follow politics extensively since moving to West Clare with his wife Jane last year and this week sees the establishment of The Moderate Party. He explained his financial concerns for Ireland led to the creation of…