Tag Archives: generel election 2020

Filmmaker Thomas Quain writes:

Don’t know if ye guys are sick of the election at this stage but if ye aren’t maybe check out my documentary on the subject.

One interesting aspect is I go back to the same polling station I interviewed people in in 2011 and 2016 to compare & contrast etc.

Thomas Quain Film

RTÉ website this morning

RTÉ News.

Still spinning.

Bless.

Fianna Fáil edges Sinn Féin in race to win most seats (RTÉ)

Sinn Féin supporters celebrate at the Generel Election 2020 count centre in the RDS last night

 

Apparently…

FIGHT!

Earlier: Taking It Well

This morning

Prominent TDs, cabinet ministers and colourful hopefuls who lost in Generel Election 2020

From top: Joan Burton (Labour), Shane Ross (Independent Alliance), Mary Mitchell O’Connor (Fine Gael), Lisa Chambers (Fianna Fail), Catherine Noone (Fine Gael, Regina Doherty (Fine Gael),, Noel Rock (Fine Gael), Kate O’Connell (Fine Gael), Ruth Coppinger (Solidarity People Before Profit) and Katherine Zappone (Independent Alliance).

Election Tracker (RTÉ)

Earlier: Derek Mooney: What Now?

Last night: Sinn When You’re Winning

Rollingnews

 

This evening .

RDS Ballsbridge Dublin 4.

With her party heading for 30-36 seats, Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald celebrates at the General Election count centre.

Earlier…












This morning.

RDS, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.

Scenes from Generel Election count centre  with Fine Gael Minister Richard Bruton (pic 5), Green Party Leader Eamon Ryan (pic 7), Sinn Féin’s Aengus O’Snodaigh (pic 9) and Sinn Féin’s Dessie Ellis (in pink above) celebrating his expected victory in Dublin South Central with a rendition of ‘Come Out Ye Black and Tans’.

Sinn Féin are heading for 30-36 seats.

More as we get it.

Rollingnews

Tonight.

For the first time ever, three parties are all fighting it out to be Ireland’s most popular party according to the official Exit Poll for General Election 2020.

The Ipsos MRBI Exit Poll for TG4, RTÉ, The Irish Times and UCD shows Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael and Sinn Féin all on 22% of first preference votes.

Any excuse.

More as we get it.

Live Election Tracker (RTÉ)

Thanks Deirdre Ní Choistín

Meanwhile….

Exit polling preferences among Generation Z.