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'Yes' - Peter Butler
Fianna Fail's Lisa Chambers was one of the most high profile causalities in February's general election - when the parties Brexit spokesperson lost the seat she had held in Mayo since 2016.
We take a look at some of the interesting things that the count threw up last Sunday
In the early hours of the morning last Monday, Fianna Fail's Dara Calleary was deemed elected for the fourth time as a TD for Mayo.
Every area tells it's own story when it comes to an election - we took a look at where the votes went across the different areas that the county was broken up to and the tally results.
General Election 2020 will mark the third time that Lisa Chambers has put herself before the people of Mayo in a general election - yet it all still feels very new to her, Chambers told the Mayo Advertiser this week: "I suppose, going back it was just 11 years ago when I joined Fianna Fáil and we were just talking about it with my team and I still feel very new, even though I am the best part of ten years in politics - I contested my first election in 2011 - you are learning all the time."
Town Mayor, Cllr. Frankie Keena, has welcomed Fianna Fail’s continued commitment to the Defence Forces cause detailed within the political party’s General Election manifesto.
Galway East candidate Cllr Donagh Killilea has clarified the Fianna Fail policy on pensions following what he said was confusion at the doorsteps about what will happen if the party are elected to government.
Insider has been in constant contact with people from all parties since the election was called in mid-January, and has never seen such uncertainty in the closing days of a campaign, so let’s look at the position of each party and Independents as we approach polling day.
We are down to almost the last week of this General Election campaign and for arguably the first time in many campaigns, it genuinely is all to play for in the five seat constituency of Galway West.