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28/10/2021

Andrew McGuinness tops poll in Kilkenny City East and Sinn Fein look taking a seat too

Cllr Andrew McGuinness
As expected Fianna Fail’s Andrew McGuinness topped the poll in the Kilkenny City East electoral area with 1,373 votes. Son of John McGuinness TD and his father’s parliamentary secretary, he exceeded the quota by 32 votes. Patrick O’Neill and Michael Doyle from Fine Gael will be elected and it is expected that Labour’s Tommy Prendergast should be elected as will Sinn Fein’s David Kennedy with Breda Gardner, the independent in with a shout for the last seat.

As expected Fianna Fail’s Andrew McGuinness topped the poll in the Kilkenny City East electoral area with 1,373 votes. Son of John McGuinness TD and his father’s parliamentary secretary, he exceeded the quota by 32 votes. Patrick O’Neill and Michael Doyle from Fine Gael will be elected and it is expected that Labour’s Tommy Prendergast should be elected as will Sinn Fein’s David Kennedy with Breda Gardner, the independent in with a shout for the last seat.

Kilkenny City East (6 seats) 18 candidates

Cleere Peter ‘Chap’ FF 981

Coulter Ria Green Party 385

Doyle Dixie Non Party 407

Doyle Michael FG 879

Fitzpatrick Marie Labour 342

Gardner Breda Non Party 498

Holohan Daithí Non Party 192

Kennedy David Sinn Fein 733

Leahy Jimmy FG 643

Leahy Ramie Non party 71

McGuinness Andrew FF 1373

O’Brien Michael Lab 328

O’Neill Patrick FG 938

Prendergast Tommy Lab 659

Reidy Joe FF 334

Sikora Remi Non Party 40

Treacy Sean FF 550

Zagorski Adam Non Party 30

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