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Although nominations have yet to close for June’s Local Elections, attentions are already being focused on the likely results and the potential mayoral pacts that may be created post June.
Martin Quinn’s days in Fianna Fáil may be coming to a close as the former mayor is currently deciding whether or not to stay in the party or run in the June’s Local Elections as an Independent.
This week, Insider is going to take a look at the number of first preference votes received in 2004 by candidates in the old West Ward and potentially what the outcome may be in the new Galway City Central ward in June for the sitting councillors, repeat candidates, and new candidates.
The 2004 Local Elections heralded sweeping changes on the Galway City Council - eight new faces, two new parties in Sinn Fein and the Greens, and a new alliance to control the election of Mayor.
The former Fianna Fáil mayor of Galway Martin Quinn has announced that he will not be standing as an Independent candidate in the forthcoming Local Elections and that he is quitting politics.
Establishing a Garda sub station on the Westside of the city as a pilot project for more community policing will be the top election priority of Fianna Fáil’s Ollie Crowe.
Once the new clubhouse at the Bohermore Community Centre is given the go ahead, the attention must then turn to the planned play area for the area’s children.
Galway City Central is not called ‘the Group of Death’ for nothing and in recent times there have been predictions that Fianna Fáil councillor John Connolly could lose his seat. However is that view starting to change?
The restoration of a healthy relationship between councillors and council officials, positioning Galway as a leader in the alternative energy sector, integrating the city’s diverse communities, and completing the Galway City Outer Bypass are Fianna Fáil’s priorities for the next Galway City Council.
Football and politics are inextricably linked. World Cup qualifiers played a role in the 1969 Soccer War between El Salvador and Honduras.