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Final tally in for Bailieborough area

Saturday, 27th February, 2016 12:12pm
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Final tally in for Bailieborough area

The Celt's Paul Neilan in conversation with Cllr Clifford Kelly (FF).

Final tally in for Bailieborough area

The Celt's Paul Neilan in conversation with Cllr Clifford Kelly (FF).

 The final tally from the Bailieborough electoral area is is - 45 boxes

Niamh Smyth (FF) 3,167 - 25%

Brendan Smith (FF) 2,627 - 20%

Joe O'Reilly (FG)) 2,441 - 19%

Heather Humphreys (FG) 1,672 - 13%

Kathryn Reilly (SF) 1,657 - 13%

Caoimghin O Caolan (SF) 528 - 4%

John Wilson (NP) 173 - 1.4%

Michael Callaghan (GP) 166 - 1.3%

Mary Smyth (Ind) - 162 -1.3%

Sean Conlan (NP) 69 - 0.5%

Michael McDermott (DDI) 53 - 0.41%

Emmett Smyth (R2C) 48 - 0.37%

Mike Durkan (FF) 44 - 0.34%

Aoife O'Connell (DDI) 25 - 0.2%

James Mee (NP) 13 - 0.1%


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