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#GE2020 LIVE: Clare General Election Count

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We’re live from The Falls Hotel bringing you the latest updates on #GE2020 in Clare, fifteen candidates are battling it…

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GE2020 Preview – James Breen

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Former Independent TD, James Breen believes Fianna Fáil will win two seats in the General Election in Clare. The retired…

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GE2020 Preview – Joe Melody

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Secretary of Clare Fine Gael, Joe Melody is confident the party will return two TDs. The young farmer shared his…

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GE2020 Preview – Mary Mannion

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Twice elected to Clare County Council representing the Progressive Democrats and a two time General Election candidate for the party,…

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Breen confident employment stats will help Dáil bid

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*Pat Breen. Photograph: Joe Buckley A Junior Minister in the 32nd Dáil, Pat Breen (FG) has expressed his pride with…

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‘I’ve always wanted to enter national politics’ – Crowe

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*Cathal Crowe. Photograph: Eamon Ward Ever since becoming the youngest councillor in Clare back in 2004, Cathal Crowe (FF) has…

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‘We need people to stand up on the issues that matter’ – McNamara

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*Michael McNamara. Photograph: Martin Connolly Past experience of being a TD has given Michael McNamara (IND) the belief that he…

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‘Dr Harty was softly softly, we need a loud Independent’ – David Barrett

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Oireachtas TV stemmed his interest in Irish politics, David Barrett (IND) is now vying to win himself a seat in…

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Dooley doesn’t expect voting controversy to influence Clare voters

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*Timmy Dooley. Photograph: Joe Buckley Stripped of his place on the Fianna Fáil front bench due to his involvement in…

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GE2020 THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL: Leo Varadkar in Ennis

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With polling day edging closer, Leo Varadkar (FG) visited Ennis in a bid to secure more votes for the party’s…

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