Search Results for 'Lisa Chambers'
88 results found.
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.
Live coverage of the general election count in Castlebar
Tomorrow is the day the people of Mayo go to the polls with 15 candidates vying for their number one votes and four seats up for grabs, while a smaller hamlet in the south of the county will be voting in the Galway West constituency.
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."
The closing date for nominations for the upcoming general election passed on Wednesday and 15 people handed in their nomination papers to returning officer Fintan Murphy to contest for the four seats up for grabs.
Conditions in the country's emergency departments are more akin to World War trenches, according to Mayo T.D., Lisa Chambers.
Sitting Fianna Fáil TD’s, party deputy leader Dara Calleary and Brexit spokesperson Lisa Chambers handed in their nomination papers for the upcoming general election today (Monday, January 20).
The race to fill the four Mayo seats up for grabs in next month's general election got up and running this week after An Táoiseach Leo Varadkar requested President Higgins to dissolve the 32nd Dáil.
Fianna Fáil TD for Mayo, Lisa Chambers, has described as cruel and inhumane the conditions patients and staff are dealing with in the Emergency Department at Mayo University Hospital.
Fianna Fáil TD for Mayo, Lisa Chambers, has said the Mayo Garda Division lacks the required vehicle equipment compared with neighbouring counties. Analysis by Fianna Fáil show the Mayo Gardaí Division has 53 vehicles. These include 38 Cars, 12 Vans, 1 Motorcycle, 1 4x4, and 1 other.