That Seemed To Go Well



St Joseph’s Club Community Centre, Bishopswater, Wexford.

Scenes from the Wexford by-election count. From top: Fine Gael Director of Election Charlie Flanagan; Fine Gael candidate Verona Murphy; Mr Flanagan and Ms Murphy observe the tally; Fianna Fáil candidate Malcolm Byrne celebrates his win; Mr Flanagan and former Fine Gael government minister Avril Doyle following the result.

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19 thoughts on “That Seemed To Go Well

  1. Chris

    I met Malcolm Byrne a few years ago- biggest blowhard I ever had the misfortune of having to share a table with- not surprising that he is part of FF but what’s really surprising is that he can get elected.

  2. Dr.Fart

    FG showed again how theyre priority is party above all else, by backing racists and such. im glad it didnt pay off, and now they just look like racists AND losers.

    1. Cian

      Even if all 3,037 of Kerin’s [GP] votes went to Johnny [SF] (4,665), he would still have had fewer votes than George and would be eliminated. It saves time to distribute them together,

  3. Tea And Brexits

    I see Verona channeling Rick Parfitt for a Status Quo tribute band audition.

    I think the black pudding can be taken from my full Irish now, waitress.

  4. V

    Not a word, (or a pic) about on former SF former Independent KK Councillor now of the Irexits, Melissa O’Neill
    Who ran for election in two Council Districts, Kilkenny and Waterford last May (unsuccessfully)
    And this time opted to run in Wexford

    Interestingly, despite three different Counties, three different Voting Registers and three different Returning Officers , her vote is generally in and around the late 400s in each

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