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Video: Ballyjamesduff area election candidates' debate.

Friday, 16th May, 2014 7:12pm

Story by Sean McMahon
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The Anglo-Celt and Cavan TV co-hosted the second debate for the local elections on Tuesday night last in St Joesphs Hall, Ballyjamesduff. Candidates Paddy Smith, Shane P. O'Reilly and Craig Lovett attended the event. Hosted by Sean McMahon, Aine Duffy and Colm Colgan. 

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