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Julien Behal/PA Wire/Press Association Images United Left Alliance candidate Richard Boyd Barrett.
# GE11
The Half Past Fix: 3.30pm
Every hour – on the half hour – TheJournal.ie brings you your fix of election tallies, predictions and results. Here’s how the winners and losers of GE11 are playing out so far.

EVERY HOUR – on the half hour – TheJournal.ie brings you your fix of election tallies, predictions and results. Here’s how the winners and losers of GE11 are playing out so far.

WINNERS:

  • Tom Fleming – the independent was elected in Kerry South on the sixth count.
  • Michael Healy-Rae - also elected in Kerry South on the sixth count was independent Michael Healy-Rae.
  • Richard Boyd Barrett – the People Before Profit candidate has taken the forth and final seat in Dún Laoghaire on the 11th count. There are now two Fine Gael, one Labour, and one People Before Profit TDs in the constituency.
  • Ann Phelan – Labour’s Ann Phelan has been elected in Carlow-Kilkenny on the 12th count.
  • John McGuinness -  the Fianna Fáil candidate was elected on the 12th count in Carlow-Kilkenny.

LOSERS:

  • Nicky Kelly – independent candidate Kelly was eliminated after the tenth count in Wicklow.
  • Donal Kiernan - another Wicklow independent, Kiernan was excluded from the running on the tenth count.
  • Mary Hanafin – the Fianna Fáil candidate being excluded in Dún Laoghaire on the 11th count – a further pummeling for the party. Fianna Fáil now has no female TDs.
  • Tom Sheahan – the Fine Gael candidate was eliminated in Kerry South on the sixth and final count.

For full list of who’s been elected and who’s been eliminated, go to our national map of the election results >

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