Thursday June 4, 2020

Daly and Wallace add more spice to European race

In an election where large constituencies make it difficult to cover all the ground, name recognition is key to winning votes and both Daly and Wallace have that in abundance

16th April, 2019
Mick Wallace and Clare Daly. Pic: RollingNews.ie

In an election where large constituencies make it difficult to cover all the ground, name recognition is key to winning votes and both Daly, running in Dublin, and Wallace, in the vast 12-county Ireland South, have that in abundance.

The two independent TDs are close political allies who sit together in the Dáil chamber and have made their names by revealing serious malpractice in An Garda Síochána for the best part of the last decade....

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