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Absence of election paraphernalia was to Trudy Leyden’s detriment

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*Trudy Leyden (centre) with supporters. Photograph: John Mangan Trudy Leyden (IND) conducted her campaign without the aid of election paraphernalia…

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‘Sinn Féin will not be the party of change’ – Leahy

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*Michael Leahy assesses the tallies. Photograph: John Mangan Sinn Féin will not be “the party of change”, one of Clare’s…

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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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Candidates complain that posters are being robbed & vandalised

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Posters belonging to Clare’s General Election candidates have been reported as stolen, others have disappeared with more vandalised.

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‘Too much alarmism’ on climate change says Euro-sceptic Leahy

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*Michael Leahy. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Launched last year, the Irish Freedom Party are contesting their first General Election with Kilrush’s…

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GE2020 POLL: Who will you vote for?

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On Saturday, the General Election takes place with fifteen candidates on the ballot paper in Clare.  The Clare Echo is running…

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GE2020 THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL: Roisin Garvey in Corofin

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Heavy showers accompany Cllr Roisin Garvey (GP) as she makes her way through Corofin on Monday evening but the rain…

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GE2020 THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL: Michael Leahy in Ennis

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Promises are made at every election by the politicians but also the voters who insist they will read the leaflets…

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Ex Ennis Chamber President Leahy seeks Dáil seat

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*Michael Leahy Providing the private sector with incentives to develop rural areas has been declared as the key election issue…

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Like father like son for Leahy

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Earlier this month, Thomas Leahy followed in the footsteps of his father Michael by becoming Chairman of the Munster Football…

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