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The days of the Fianna Fáil cumann look to be numbered as party HQ seeks to abolish the old local organisation system, a move that is likely to cause consternation in Connemara.
Cllr Declan McDonnell will stand in the 2009 Local Elections as an Independent candidate in Galway City East, bringing to an end weeks of speculation as to whether or not he would join Fianna Fáil.
The PDs may be about to be swallowed up into the bowels of Fianna Fáil, but if this happens, they will guarantee the Soldiers of Destiny the right to control the Galway County Council after the 2009 Local Elections.
“Almost...but not quite” is how Galway Fianna Fáil might sum up its team for June’s Local Elections in both the city and county, with many candidates virtually certain to be selected, others still battling for a place, and the rest in the dark as to what party HQ intends to do with them.
Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh brought a turnip into the RTE studio the other day and Gráinne Seoige got a little start. One of the gigs on the Seoige show involves a person coming in with mementoes that link them to significant things in their lives. And Micheál — the voice of the GAA and the ultimate Kerryman — arrived with a turnip. Why?
A battle is on between Liam O’Carroll and Michael Eames for the right to run in Oranmore in June’s Local Elections and it seems FG HQ favours Mr O’Carroll while local members are going for Mr Eames.
The 2009 Local Election is little more than three months away and Fianna Fáil in Galway is in disarray.
Could it be that the political resurrection of Val Hanley is almost complete? That in its hour of need Fianna Fáil are looking to him to help win back a seat in Galway City West?
With just over seven weeks to go until polling day the line-ups for the Local Elections in Connemara have begun to take their final shape.
Time is running out in Fianna Fáil’s desperate quest to find a candidate to replace outgoing MEP Sean Ó Neachtáin to stand in the North West in the European Elections.