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# elections - Sunday 31 May, 2015

Did social media really turn ‘No’ votes to a ‘Yes’?

Elections – like referendums – are determined by the undecided.

# elections - Monday 18 May, 2015

This election candidate got ZERO votes

He says he definitely voted for himself.

# elections - Thursday 30 April, 2015

This article on female politicians was “misrepresented” – not sexist, says paper

It also focused on the posters of five male politicians.

# elections - Sunday 22 March, 2015

Not sure who to vote for? This app will tell you Elections Made Easy This post contains videos

Not sure who to vote for? This app will tell you

Smartvote to the rescue.

# elections - Sunday 1 February, 2015

Enda Kenny says more tax cuts are on the way

He also ruled out going into coalition with Fianna Fáil or Sinn Féin.

# elections - Monday 26 January, 2015

The boyish Prime Minister out to restore Greece’s luck

Who is Alexis Tsipra?

Who are Syriza?

Are they as radical as is claimed?

# elections - Saturday 24 January, 2015

One Irish TD is travelling to Greece for a possible Syriza victory party

Paul Murphy says a Syriza win could provoke a ‘further radicalisation in Ireland’.

# elections - Tuesday 20 January, 2015

Opinion: Battle lines are being drawn – this year, eight EU states will vote

2015 is going to be a significant year in the European Union, as citizens in eight member states will be able to vote – beginning with Greece this Sunday.

# elections - Thursday 15 January, 2015

Enda accused of ‘betraying’ young people by scrapping voting age referendum

The Government had committed to holding a vote on the issue back in 2013.

# elections - Wednesday 14 January, 2015

From The Daily Edge Al Murray, aka The Pub Landlord, is standing against Nigel Farage in the UK general election Pub Landlord

# elections - Wednesday 31 December, 2014

From Business ETC ECB warns countries to get economies in order as ‘populist parties’ are on the rise Eurozone

ECB warns countries to get economies in order as ‘populist parties’ are on the rise

An official said that these parties were only offering quick solutions.

# elections - Tuesday 30 December, 2014

Shufflin’, celebrating and protesting: The political year in pictures

There were resignations, a Cabinet reshuffle and the issue of water charges.

# elections - Monday 29 December, 2014

Today’s top stories in 6 seconds

Don’t have time to mull over the news? Here’s everything you need to know.

# elections - Wednesday 3 December, 2014

Here’s why Benjamin Netanyahu says he “can’t lead” Israel right now

He’s called for early elections.

# elections - Wednesday 5 November, 2014

From The Daily Edge Someone named ‘Captain Jack Sparrow’ ran for election in the United States Sparrow

Someone named ‘Captain Jack Sparrow’ ran for election in the United States

Finally a candidate we can believe in.

The 9 at 9: Wednesday

Catch up as you wake up.

# elections - Tuesday 4 November, 2014

Republicans eye the Senate in close midterm vote

Democrats could lose Senate seats in as many as 10 states.

# elections - Monday 20 October, 2014

Opinion: US midterm elections – why they’re important to America and the world USA

Opinion: US midterm elections – why they’re important to America and the world

The midterms are equally worthy of your attention as the US presidential elections.

# elections - Wednesday 1 October, 2014

You could soon be able to vote while on your holidays

There’s nothing like missing a good vote to make you homesick.

# elections - Monday 15 September, 2014

# elections - Friday 15 August, 2014

A Colorado town is suing all its voters after an incredibly messy election

The town of Montezuma has 61 voters, and 12 of them ran for mayor.

# elections - Wednesday 13 August, 2014

From The Daily Edge A small town in America has elected a dog as their mayor This Is Dog

A small town in America has elected a dog as their mayor

The 7-year-old will be sworn in on Saturday.

# elections - Saturday 21 June, 2014

Ex-IRA man, anti-drugs campaigner, occasional Joe Dolan impersonator: Meet the Lord Mayor

Christy Burke’s been the headlines recently for his comments about the British royal family. He sat down at the Mansion House this week for a chat about his past, and his plans for the next 12 months…

We spent €35k last year monitoring elections in Tajikistan, Armenia and Azerbaijan

The current roster of election observers, drawn up in May of last year, includes about 200 people with previous experience of elections or public office.

# elections - Friday 20 June, 2014

Opinion: Losing the election hit so hard I thought I might never recover

When I heard the vote count, I felt like I’d been thrown off a moving train, whipped, dragged and tortured.

# elections - Sunday 8 June, 2014

That’s all, folks: The six remaining local election seats have been filled

Three Fine Gael, two Sinn Féin, and one Fianna Fáil councillors have been elected to Monaghan County Councils.

The six local election seats still empty will be filled by this afternoon

Voting in Ballybay-Clones had been postponed following the death of a candidate.

# elections - Tuesday 3 June, 2014

Ex-army chief Sisi declared Egypt’s president-elect with 96.9% of votes

It comes almost a year after he overthrew elected Islamist leader Mohamed Morsi.

# elections - Wednesday 28 May, 2014

McDonald: ‘You are not regarded as competent. Have you got that message Taoiseach?’

Enda Kenny said that Sinn Féin just want to promise free services and haven’t a notion how to pay for it.

# elections - Tuesday 27 May, 2014

Kenny and Gilmore off to Brussels to discuss outcome of European elections

The European leaders will discuss the impact of the election results as well as the Ukraine crisis.

Number of women sitting on local councils jumps by 30 per cent

Fianna Fáil has the lowest proportion with just 14 per cent of their elected councillors being women.

# elections - Monday 26 May, 2014

Here’s What Happened Today: Monday

Everyone’s talking about Gilmore resigning, the elections and two bodies found in search of missing Dublin men.

This was not a vote of anger, it was a vote of community

The Taoiseach says it was anger that led to his party’s poor performance over the weekend, but the problem is more fundamental than that.

# elections - Sunday 25 May, 2014

Here are 9 things we learned from the 2014 local elections

It’s been good for Sinn Féin and Fianna Fáil but bad for Labour and Fine Gael. But what about the Greens, Socialists and independents? We take stock of the local elections as the counts draw to a close.

Poll: Do you think Eamon Gilmore should step down as Labour leader? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think Eamon Gilmore should step down as Labour leader?

There has been some criticism of the Labour leader after the party received just 7 per cent of the vote in the local elections.

How does the government deal with the ‘loud and clear” message of the voters?

Labour’s electoral “shellacking” and a far from impressive performance from Fine Gael means there is plenty for both parities to consider in the days and weeks ahead.

Victory, despair and an eye on the rugby at the RDS

As the results rolled in, the candidates seeking election to Dublin City Council took it differently.

# elections - Saturday 24 May, 2014

Here’s What Happened Today: Saturday

Everyone’s talking about the elections, an Irish man who drowned in Sydney and shootings in California and Brussels.

“We want to use our mandate wisely” – Gerry Adams vows to build on election gains Pledge This post contains videos

“We want to use our mandate wisely” – Gerry Adams vows to build on election gains

Adams said that his party could now be the biggest in Dublin as well as Belfast.

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