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Election 2016: Nash hopes dashed as Adams and running mate eye seats


28th February, 2016
Gerry Adams and Imelda Munster both set to win seats for Sinn Féin in LouthKen Finnegan

Tallymen were predicting that Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams would top the poll, bringing in his running-mate Imelda Munster, with Fianna Fáil’s Declan Breathnach in second place and Fine Gael’s sitting TD, Fergus O’Dowd, looking secure for the fourth seat.

The fight was set to be between the government parties for the last seat, with Fine Gael TD Peter Fitzpatrick edging Labour junior minister Ged...

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