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Gallagher pushes the envelope in bid to save €10 million in Áras race

The former presidential candidate has written to the Minister for Communications, Denis Naughten, saying that the state could save €10 million in postage if the details of all election candidates were contained on one leaflet

5th August, 2018

Former presidential candidate Sean Gallagher has written to the Minister for Communications, Denis Naughten, saying that the state could save €10 million in postage if the details of all election candidates were contained on one leaflet.

Currently, each candidate writes separately to voters in a scheme paid for by the government. Gallagher, who has yet to declare whether he will enter this year’s presidential race, told Naughten he had proposed this saving before, when he...

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