*Timmy Dooley. Photograph: John Mangan Timmy Dooley (FF) has stated he is considering whether or not to run in the upcoming Seanad elections with party insiders outlining that he is already preparing for his second election of the year.
*Pat Breen with family at the General Election count. Photograph: Joe Buckley Retiring before the General Election ‘was never an option’, defeated Junior Minister Pat Breen (FG) has revealed.
“A seismic shift in the way people think about politics” was evident according to Martin Conway (FG) as he reflected on the results of the weekend’s outcome in Clare.
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.
With polling day edging closer, Leo Varadkar (FG) visited Ennis in a bid to secure more votes for the party’s ticket in Clare.
*Martin Conway on the canvass in Ennis. Photograph: John Mangan “A subtle change” from the electorate has given Senator Martin Conway (FG) a pep in his step that he can be elected to Dáil Éireann on his first attempt.
A new face but one with experience of being in national politics is the line Senator Martin Conway (FG) is using to try entice the Clare electorate to vote for a new Fine Gael candidate.
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…
Outgoing Clare TD, Dr Michael Harty has predicted either Michael McNamara (IND) or Cllr Roisin Garvey (Greens) will be elected to Dáil Éireann with one Fine Gael casualty.
Trudy Leyden has become the first Ennis candidate to enter the race for the upcoming General Election.