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    corklad06 corklad06 is offline

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    Cork South Central

    Anyone with any thoughts on how Cork South Central will go next time around? Its hard to say with the big two party candidates almost mirror imaging each other in location. Ciaran Lynch and Dan Boyle are close to each other too.
    Heard about some internal FG poll done recently but only heard that Michael Martin had 25% of the vote already.
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    steviebhoy_32 steviebhoy_32 is offline

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    Sinn Fein have been doing alot of work with regards to getting out and talking to the people and discussing issues and have had great positive reactions from the general public in cork couth central. I would expect Henry Cremin to do very well IMO.
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    Carrigaline Carrigaline is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by steviebhoy_32
    Sinn Fein have been doing alot of work with regards to getting out and talking to the people and discussing issues and have had great positive reactions from the general public in cork couth central. I would expect Henry Cremin to do very well IMO.
    Could have fooled me, I've never, ever had a Sinn Féiner knock on mine or anyone elses house in Carrigaline.

    Cremin will get 5% of the vote or so, no more.
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    BeerBaron69 BeerBaron69 is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by steviebhoy_32
    Sinn Fein have been doing alot of work with regards to getting out and talking to the people and discussing issues and have had great positive reactions from the general public in cork couth central. I would expect Henry Cremin to do very well IMO.
    Thats one of the biggest loads of bollocks Ive heard all week. Cremin will make 2nd count if he's lucky. Himself and Morgan Stack haven't a hope in hell.

    It'll be

    Martin
    Coveney
    Buttimer
    Dennehy
    Boyle
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    stannis stannis is offline
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    Good to see you back BeerBaron, shame about the flag though.
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    Buttimer is the man going to make headway by all accounts ....
    He is a hardworker, a man of the people and working from the ground up!
    He will make an excellent Deputy for Cork SC

    Go for it Jerry
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    C. MacConaglaigh C. MacConaglaigh is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carrigaline
    Quote Originally Posted by steviebhoy_32
    Sinn Fein have been doing alot of work with regards to getting out and talking to the people and discussing issues and have had great positive reactions from the general public in cork couth central. I would expect Henry Cremin to do very well IMO.
    Could have fooled me, I've never, ever had a Sinn Féiner knock on mine or anyone elses house in Carrigaline.

    Cremin will get 5% of the vote or so, no more.
    What are you on about!!! We spent at least a week canvassing Carraigaline Town!!!!!!!!!!
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    BeerBaron69 BeerBaron69 is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by stannis
    Good to see you back BeerBaron, shame about the flag though.
    Still bitter that they had to bail the french out in both world wars!!!

    Hows things noble sir-glad to see your still on the threads.
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    Carrigaline Carrigaline is offline

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    [quote=C. MacConaglaigh]
    Quote Originally Posted by Carrigaline
    Quote Originally Posted by "steviebhoy_32":2qz84hyw
    Sinn Fein have been doing alot of work with regards to getting out and talking to the people and discussing issues and have had great positive reactions from the general public in cork couth central. I would expect Henry Cremin to do very well IMO.
    Could have fooled me, I've never, ever had a Sinn Féiner knock on mine or anyone elses house in Carrigaline.

    Cremin will get 5% of the vote or so, no more.
    What are you on about!!! We spent at least a week canvassing Carraigaline Town!!!!!!!!!![/quote:2qz84hyw]
    Just not on my door, or anyone who I know.
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    Rebel CNC Rebel CNC is offline

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    Maybe there is a Carrigaline in South Tipperary? No sign of Cremin in Cork so far except for his posters. Himself and Lynch went very early with their posters. No FG,FF or Green up yet.
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