AS THE CAMPAIGN for the presidential election continues, check out where you can meet the candidates today.
Mary Davis will be canvassing in Dublin all day but first she will be at the Inclusion Ireland debate at the Mansion House. She will then appear on the RTÉ Six One News with Brian Dobson.
Seán Gallagher starts his day in Dublin at the Inclusion Ireland event at the Mansion House before heading to Baggot Street for some canvassing from 12.45pm. He will then travel to Galway, arriving at the opening ceremony for a community project in the Ballybane Enterprise Centre at 4pm. From 4.30pm he will be at the Galway City Judo Club in Ballybrit. From 5pm, he will be on a walkabout of Galway City from Spanish Arch to Eyre Square. At 6pm, he will attend an event a the Meyrick Hotel before meeting with locals and volunteers at the Lady Gregory Hotel in Gort from 7.3opm.
Michael D. Higgins will be interviewed by Tom Dunne on Newstalk at 10am and will then take part in the Inclusion Ireland debate at the Mansion House in Dublin from 11am.
Martin McGuinness will be in Dublin today. First up is the Inclusion Ireland event at Dublin’s Mansion House on Dawson Street at 11am.
Gay Mitchell will start his morning with an interview on RTÉ’s Morning Ireland. At 10.45am, he will also be at the Inclusion Ireland event at the Mansion House. He will then travel to Avoca Handweavers in Wicklow for lunch before taking a walkabout of Wicklow town with Simon Harris TD and Pat Cox. At 3.15pm he will arrive in Greystones for more canvassing, starting out from the Dart station on the main street. After 4pm, Mitchell is due to meet voters in Bray.
David Norris will be making a speech outside Leinster House at 10.15am.
Dana Rosemary Scallon will also begin her day with an interview on RTÉ’s Morning Ireland. From 11am, she will be canvassing in Kildare town before heading to Laois to meet people at Portlaoise shopping centre. From 2.30pm, there will be more canvassing in Kilkenny City. She then travels to Clonmel to meet voters from 4.15pm at the Catholic Church. From 6pm, she will be at Tipperary’s town centre.