Thursday January 23, 2020

Election 2016: Leaders' debate last chance saloon to win undecideds

Fine Gael and Labour need a game changer tonight, writes Pat Leahy

23rd February, 2016
Kenny on a visit to the Joe Duffy Motors BMW in Finglas, Dublin Pic: RollingNews.ie

The general election campaign is, eh, trundling towards its climax. Tonight’s final televised leaders' debate will be followed by final press conferences tomorrow before the 24-hour broadcast moratorium kicks in on Thursday. Polling stations open at 7am on Friday morning.

Tonight’s debate is the last chance for the party leaders to engage with the masses of undecided and loosely committed voters – and there are a lot of them. Although today’s Red C...

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