Tomorrow the voters of Limerick will decide who is best to represent them in the Dáil. I hope my track record of hard work for Limerick shows that I am worthy of that honour. Please give me your No. 1 vote to allow me to continue my work for the people of Limerick & South
Monday Feb 14 Valentine’s Day, and while my path is not strewn with rose petals, the welcome on the doors around Mungret is good until mid-afternoon, when I detect a sudden frostiness. Maybe frostiness is putting it too strong, but people do seem surprised to see me at their door. This goes on for a
Monday Feb 7: Still trying to decide if the constituency poll in yesterday’s Sunday Independent showing myself and Michael Noonan ahead of the rest is a help or a hindrance. One of the oldest political tricks in the book is for another candidate to corner one of your committed voters, saying: “His seat is safe
Monday Feb 1 If you had asked me three weeks ago where I thought I’d be spending the Monday of the first week of the campaign, I’d have probably said: Thomondgate, Moyross or Ballinacurra. It did not involve travelling to a front-bench meeting in Dublin. Yet that is exactly where I am heading at 11am.
Within hours of becoming leader of Fianna Fáil Micheál Martin had silenced his critics. In what most political commentators agree was a strong and inspirational first speech Micheál Martin dismissed the cronyism culture and charted his vision for the future for the country and for Fianna Fáil. He acknowledged the mistakes and misjudgements made