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Niamh Kennedy

Party

Independent

Constituency

Donegal

Occupation

Company director and councillor

Age

46

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Biography

Elected to Donegal County Council in 2014, she is the founder Marine Fleet Electronics and previously worked in the fishing industry. She has been a member of Killybegs Community Council and was chair of the Liaison Committee which negotiated with the HSE to prevent the downgrading of Killybegs Community Hospital.

Question Time

Q.

Why should someone vote for you (in 140 characters or fewer)?

I am a full-time councillor hardworking and caring, a logical thinker who believes in accountability and transparency.

Q.

What is your number one priority for your constituency?

Our healthcare services, the health and welfare of all our citizens. Lack of service in Donegal.

Q.

What one thing would you like to do in your first 100 days of the new Dáil if you are elected?

To invite & organise a meeting with the necessary government ministers in Donegal to meet with local cllrs who can demonstrate the issues on the ground.

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