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Labour Women Candidates

As it stands today, Friday 29 November, eighty-eight Labour Party candidates have been selected to run in the Local Elections in May 2014.  Currently twenty eight of these candidates are women which just one third (31.8%).  Five of the twenty eight, (18%) candidates are first time candidates. There are a good few selection conventions coming up in the next few weeks so keep an eye out for further additions to the Labour ticket.  

Labour Women will be rolling out a range of supports for all our local election candidates including mentoring, training, (wo)man power for help with canvassing and drops and financial support in early 2014.

 

Gerry Ashe

 

Pembroke-South Dock

Aideen Carberry

 

Rathfarnham

Catherine Clancy

 

Cork City North Central

Mary Croke

 

Cavan-Belturbert

Lisa Delaney

 

Borris in Ossory-Mountmellick

Judy Dunne

 

Howth-Malahide

Mary Freehill

 

Rathgar-Rathmines

Sandra Gallagher

 

Kells

Martina Genockey

 

Tallaght South

Jane Horgan-Jones

 

Clontarf

Sheila Howes

 

Ballyfermot-Drimnagh

Dee Jacques

 

Tramore-Waterford City West

Pamela Kearns

 

Templeogue Terenure

Lorraine Kingston

 

Cork City South Central

Mary McCambley

 

Mulhuddart

Tracy McElhinney

 

Trim

Niamh McGowan

 

Ashbourne

Rebecca Moynihan

 

Crumlin-Kimmage

Bernie Mullen

 

Wexford

Tracy O’Brien

 

Bray

Maria Parodi

 

Pembroke-South Dock

Elena Secas

 

Limerick City East

Gillian Wharton Slattery

 

Tralee

Caitriona Jones

 

Lucan

Breda Bonner

 

Clondalkin

Caroline Townsend

 

Carlow

Anne Breen

 

Naas

Aoife Breslin

 

Athy

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