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    PO'Neill PO'Neill is offline

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    Longford Westmeath - how could it go next time ?

    Looks like things will stay the same with FF's Robert Troy, FG's Peter Burke, LP's Willie Penrose and Boxer Moran of Ross's Indos. But for those of you down there, can you see any change when the next general election is called ?

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    Will bannon be making a comeback hehehe
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    devoutcapitalist devoutcapitalist is offline

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    I can see Penrose losing his seat and Labour definitely won't hold the seat If Penrose doesn't run again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by devoutcapitalist View Post
    I can see Penrose losing his seat and Labour definitely won't hold the seat If Penrose doesn't run again.
    Penrose has held it since 1992, if he wasn't kicked out the last time he wouldn't be. He's 61, I'd say there's a few runs left in him yet.
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    devoutcapitalist devoutcapitalist is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by PO'Neill View Post
    Penrose has held it since 1992, if he wasn't kicked out the last time he wouldn't be. He's 61, I'd say there's a few runs left in him yet.
    That depends on whether Labour is able to revive nationally, they are still stagnant under Howlin.
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    PO'Neill PO'Neill is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by troll account View Post
    Will bannon be making a comeback hehehe
    Can't see it as there is no space for him as there is a FG, FF, de facto FG/FF in Moran of Ross's Indos. An SF candidate might have an outside chance and that's about it.
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    PO'Neill PO'Neill is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by devoutcapitalist View Post
    That depends on whether Labour is able to revive nationally, they are still stagnant under Howlin.
    There will be no Labour revival, that political space has been taken over by SF, Indos4Change, PBP/AAA.
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    I see a second seat for FF as Boxer Morans support will ebb away and return home.
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    Boxer's well publicised activity on the flooding issues will insulate him from any drift away from indos.

    TheLord Ross connection may not be much of an advantage
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