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Donegal: The Last Word

Briefly: Doherty had an easy campaign and was the sure victor for the last two weeks of the process. Will get re-elected when the nation goes to the polls. O’ Domhnaill surprised me with the amount of first preferences he received, but … Continue reading

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The Donegal By-Election: Predictions

For what its worth, here’s my predictions for the Donegal by-election. Voting continues as of time of writing, and the count is scheduled to begin tomorrow at 9AM. No breathtakingly tense coverage this time out, because the result is increasingly beyond … Continue reading

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Donegal Election Candidates On Frontline: Confident, Annoyed, Boring, Better, Realist, Idealist

One more time, here we go. After my last post on the Vincent Browne debate got a favorable reaction, I figured I should cover the next one, this time with Pat Kenny on RTEs Frontline. Unlike Browne, Kenny’s managed to get … Continue reading

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Donegal Election Candidates On Vincent Browne: Defensive, Loud, Nervous And Calm

While I knew some of you were probably dying to see what I would be saying about the upcoming Donegal bye-election, but I really wasn’t planning on doing anything. I’m not from the area and I know next to nothing … Continue reading

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