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Kyran O'Brien/KOBPIX The candidates (with Ryan Tubridy)
# Race for the Áras
#Áras11 diary: Where the candidates will be today
Want to meet the presidential candidates? Keep tabs on where they’re campaigning with’s daily updates.

Updated, 11.52

AS THE CAMPAIGN for the presidential election continues, check out where you can meet the candidates today:

Mary Davis will be attending the ISPCC Childline Breakfast in the Mansion House this morning, before taking part in a presidential election discussion with staff, students and some of the other candidates as part of Political Awareness Week at St. MacDara’s Community College in Templeogue. After that it’s on to the Foróige Youth Forum at the Royal College of Physicians.

Seán Gallagher will also be heading to St MacDara’s at 11am for the presidential debate. At 2pm he’ll attend a photocall with the Homeless World Cup Soccer Team at the Pavillion in Trinity College, followed by a meeting with the Foróige Youth Forum at the Royal College of Physicians at 2.30pm.

Michael D. Higgins is taking a day off from campaigning, travelling from Galway to Dublin today.

Martin McGuinness is also taking a break from campaigning during the day tomorrow, but tomorrow evening will be attending a rally in Omagh in Co. Tyrone, where he’ll be joined by some prominent members of the community.

Gay Mitchell will be launching his campaign at 3pm at the Science Gallery in Dublin.

David Norris will be in Lawlors Hotel in Naas this morning at 10.30am. He’ll head to Langtons in Kilkenny for 12.30pm and then on to the Bull Ring in Wexford at 3.30pm. 5.30pm will see him at The Clock on the Quay in Waterford.

Dana Rosemary Scallon swill attend a Foróige Youth Forum in the Royal College of Surgeons, Kildare St, at 2:30pm.

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