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Paddy Cole Jun 23
Replying to @davegibney
Dave, Labour fought an election in 2016. The electorate had their say. If you want to keep fighting fair enough. I’m motivated by learning from the past, living in the now & building for the future. The article is about not making the same mistakes again. I know I won’t be
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Breandán Anraoi MacGabhann Jun 20
Replying to @NextIrishGE
Are you just recalculating based on the Δ in the B&A poll from , or are you accounting for the results locally as well?
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Niall Ó Tuathail Feb 13
3 years ago, a stag party in Galway were missing one of their group. Apparently he looked like me so they pulled down a poster and took me around town for the weekend! 🤣🤣🤣
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Ger Mccann May 19
Worse than lab, and we all know what happened to them in
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Keith Mills Jun 18
Laugh if you like but the Healy-Raes might consider running a third member of the family. They got 2.5 quoats in and that could take 3 seats with good vote management.
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Ken Curtin May 26
Bit early for post mortem but seems one of main reasons my vote collapsed between & is cancellation of St. Patrick's Day parade, all politics is truly local & people wanted someone to blame! (Ignoring fact we tried to save it & I stayed on to make 2020 happen)
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Siobhán Feb 27
One of my favourite moments and photos from right after the elimination myself and walking down the hall to the loudest cheers and applause from the most wonderful bunch of volunteers and supporters you could ever ask for, it completely destroyed me 😭😭
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keven jordan Mar 28
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Ted Yeoman #BollockstoBrexit Apr 18
WRONG WRONG WRONG The Elections are more than a one issue vote ... They involve other policies and party loyalties .... Like the enabled the '87% voted for a pro-Brextit party'
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UGent Bibliography Apr 29
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William Quill May 26
Replying to @WilliamQuill
Donnelly topped the poll in as a Social Democrat, whereas in , Jennifer Whitmore topped the poll in Greystones for SDs, and will also poll well in the general.
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Oisín Ó hAlmhain Jun 2
The time has come to send *serious Oisín* my posters for recycling! They were reused in but didn’t get the opportunity in , and as more grey comes in to my beard they won’t look like me if I get a chance again! If anyone could use some corrieboard let me know!
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LabourDubSC Apr 23
Do you remember when you joined Twitter? I do! something something something something 😳😂
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UGent Bibliography Apr 11
Staging of osteochondral lesions of the talus : MRI and Cone Beam CT
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Ryan McGinley Jan 3
Important FG look after rural communities. Took a hammering in because recovery wasn't felt outside of Dublin
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Tim Nelligan Jan 29
Remember the Official Backroom campaign policy: "We're goin' to frighten the shit out of them [electorate] for the next two weeks!"
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Ger Mccann May 21
The Irish lab Party are left wing.? What Country have you been living in for the last 25 years.? They acted like right wing extremists when in the last Government, why do you think they were decimated in ?
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radio.ie Feb 26
3 years since polling day
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Gavin Nugent Feb 4
Time really flies! 3 years ago today - the opening press conference of the historic campaign, which saw the Greens winning two seats in the Dáil, and become the first party to come back from losing all seats!
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HannahmDeasy Mar 13
So powerful to see this: 3 years ago a post was a pipe dream in office; 1 year ago was a pipe-dream w/ activist gals. Proud to know relentless changemakers who make these things happen 🌿🌹❤️
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