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Jennifer Cuffe

Party

Fianna Fáil

Constituency

Wicklow

Occupation

Councillor and barrister

Age

29

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Biography

Elected on her first attempt to Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council in 2014, this is her first time running for general election. A family law barrister by profession, she is involved with a number of local charities in her area, including the St Vincent de Paul Society and Meals on Wheels.

Question Time

Q.

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

I am a passionate, dynamic and innovative candidate that has new ideas that can help people across Wicklow and Ireland.

Q.

What is your number one priority for your constituency?

The most pressing problem for families is the cost of living. People are struggling to pay mortgages, water charges, childcare and property tax.

Q.

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

I will draft legislation that surrounds the area of entrepreneurship to focus on addressing the barriers for younger people in starting their own businesses.

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