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Election 2016: Fianna Fáil on top in bearpit of Cork South Central

Cork South Central

28th February, 2016
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Michael McGrath and Micheál Martin of Fianna Fáil celebrate their re-election at City Hall in CorkPA

The final tally was in and the nerves were on show. The Fine Gael TD’s battle royale to hold his seat in the bear pit of Cork South Central meant a long night ahead. His opponent for the final seat, Sinn Féin newcomer Donnchadh Ó Laoghaire, appeared to be leading by a margin of roughly 600 votes.

By early evening, not long before the first count, the hall was packed and Buttimer...

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