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SF councillor denies checking voter register was threatening

4th November, 2018
Sinn Féin councillor Janice Boylan with party leader Mary Lou McDonald

A Sinn Féin councillor has defended posting a message to some of her constituents telling them she would be checking to see whether or not they had voted in the Presidential election.

Janice Boylan, a councillor in Dublin’s north inner city and close ally of party leader Mary Lou McDonald, has denied she was threatening anybody by posting on Facebook on the day of the election: “I will be able to look at...

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