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Former Dragon offers alternative to party candidates

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We are now entering the business end of this presidential election.

‘I have advantage in experience’ says Michael D of his bid for presidency

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Presidential candidates “experience and competence”, and “ability to represent Ireland at home and abroad”, not personality politics or scandalous stories of their past, will determine who will become Uachtarán na hÉireann.

Shooting the Breeze with Gay Mitchell

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The nomination process for the upcoming presidential election has got as much coverage in the papers and the airwaves as most of the candidates over the past few months. One of the first to set his stall out and get into the race is the Fine Gael nominee Gay Mitchell. The former minister of state and current MEP for Dublin threw his hat in the ring early in the summer and has been on the campaign trail since. It has been a different kind of campaign for the Dubliner who has been more used to the metropolitan hustings than the more rural agricultural type of campaigning that the national contest had in store for him.

All signs point to a Michael D presidency

The only person who stands between Labour party president and former Galway West TD Michael D Higgins and the position of Uachtaráin na hÉireann is Sinn Féin’s Martin McGuinness.

Race for the Aras begins next week

With only five weeks until voting, and less than a week before nominations close, the Irish Presidential election is beginning to ignite. Many twists and turns have already occurred, but is this merry-go-round of hopefuls doing justice to the position that our President should hold?

All signs point to a Michael D presidency

The only person who stands between Labour party president and former Galway West TD Michael D Higgins and the position of Uachtaráin na hÉireann is Sinn Féin’s Martin McGuinness.

Race for the Aras begins next week

With only five weeks until voting, and less than a week before nominations close, the Irish Presidential election is beginning to ignite. Many twists and turns have already occurred, but is this merry-go-round of hopefuls doing justice to the position that our President should hold?

Norris should extend his resignation to the Seanad

Whether there was a witch hunt out for him from the start or not, what he did was wrong and inexcusable.

Digging the dirt on Michael D — next stop for the Men in Black?

As the conspirators spit on their lands and rub them together with glee at the success of the campaign to oust David Norris esq from the presidential race, no doubt they are licking their lips at the prospect of trawling the world to find out the dirt on Michael D. Having failed to besmirch him with the notion that it was his camp that set out to shaft Norris with allegations and letters and incidents that went back ages but which were out-ed now, the focus of the Men in Black is turned westward.

Norris to get another city council snub as Higgins does well in first poll

David Norris’ bid to enter the presidential election looks like being dealt another blow in Galway as he is almost certain to receive neither speaking time nor the support of the Galway City Council.

 

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