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It could be early next week by the time Galway voters learn the full line-up of their representatives in Dail Eireann. With voters going to the polls across the three constituencies from dawn tomorrow (Friday), the complexity of the counts could mean that the Galway TDs may not be fully confirmed until Monday at least.
WITH 10 days to polling day, Galway West has become something it has never been before - unpredictable. For years it returned two FF and one each for FG, Labour, and a PD/Independent. Even the electoral upheaval of 2011 almost bypassed the constituency, with FG the party to take two, as opposed to FF.
The case highlighted in media by Galway West TD Sean Kyne last week concerning the holding of an inquest without informing the next of kin did not occur in Galway, but elsewhere in the country.
Fine Gael TD for Galway West, Sean Kyne, has said that news of a greenlight for the Seafood Development Operational Programme is very welcome for fishing communities and will help to create jobs in Connemara.
It is certainly not going to be a very happy Christmas for many homeowners and businesspeople in Galway who are yet again suffering the effects of severe flooding around the county following the weekend storm. It is a case of déjá vu for many people who have been in this situation numerous times before. Indeed there has been a campaign on-going since 1995 to have drainage work carried in south Galway, and 20 years later the situation remains the same.
The Fine Gael Constituency Executive of Galway West & South Mayo would like to pay tribute to Brian Walsh T.D and his family for the contribution he has made to Fine Gael and the people of Galway West.
If there was one thing Insider, and everyone else inside the political bubble, was agreed on, it was that the Government would fight tooth and nail to ensure nothing overshadowed the Budget that was to form the cornerstone of its re-election bid.
A delegation from Scoil Mhuire, Moycullen travelled to Leinster House last week to meet the Minister for Education and Skills, Jan O’Sullivan to deliver a petition for permission and funding to replace the school’s ageing, outdated prefabs with new classrooms.
With the scent of an election in the air, political anoraks in this column and elsewhere have been busy trying to foreshadow the outcome of the electoral contest taking place in Galway West at some stage over the next six months.