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General Election 2016

Frank O'Gorman



Frank O'Gorman




Dublin South-West


Transport industry worker




A businessman and worker in the transport industry, this is his first time standing in a general election after he stood in a number of local elections in the past. He formerly lived and worked in Zimbabwe and as a farmer in Dublin. Some of his key campaign priorities include the paying of a living wage (€11.50/hr) to every worker and reducing the number of TDs in the Dáil.

Question Time


What is your number one priority for your constituency?

Jobs at the living minimum wage for all including NON EU economic migrants so as to allow Irish citizens to compete for these low paid jobs.


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

I am the only candidate willing to talk about the Xtra 900,000 persons now living working in Ireland straining our housing health and Infrastructure.


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

Have an honest Debate on the Xtra 900,000 Persons EU and NON EU straining Irish housing health and infrastructure to inform allow Irish public decide.

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