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Students and general election candidates at a mock election in Galway this morning; and students counting the votes

Second-year business students at Galway/Mayo Institute of Technology held an election debate and mock election involving the general election candidates from the Galway West/South Mayo constituency this morning.

The results…

First place went to Niall Ó Tuathail of the Social Democrats, followed by Fine Gael’s John O’Mahony and Independent Senator Fidelma Healy Eames, who finished third.

Independent Mike Hubbard finished fourth while Independent Noel Grealish finished fifth.

Public Debate (GMIT)

Pics via GMIT

12 thoughts on “Meanwhile, In Galway/Mayo

  1. MoyestWithExcitement

    “and Independent Senator Fidelma Healy Eames, who finished third.”

    Qué? That lunatic? People under the age of 60 actually voted for her? Although it warms the cockles to see no labour or FF there. Pity about FG as well. Dangerous party.

  2. Drogg

    If they voted Senator Fidelma Healy Eames 3rd then they are all wasted on a college education cause there is no saving those morons.

  3. Clampers Outside!

    I’m banging my head agin deh wall after reading about Eames…..

    FFS Galway kiddies get your heads out of your proverbials, that wretch will have yiz dragged back to the 1970s and having to go to a doctor just to get a damn condom !

  4. Kolmo

    Good that the SD led the votes there, but for a university, supposedly a bastion of radical ideas and progressiveness saw fit to votes in large numbers for the opposite of that, the conservative, reactionary party of the insulated class – no point in being on the outside of the circle I suppose. Mise mise mise.

  5. manolo

    I would like to see the actual numbers, or at least percentages. Fidelma and the FG guy could have a combined total as low as 5% or as high as 60%. Big difference that could justify some of the comments above, or make them look plain stoopid.

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