22 May 2022

Carlow/Kilkenny Sinn Féin candidate Kathleen Funchion says people voted for change

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An emotional Kathleen Funchion talks to Christopher Dunne about her performance in the 2020 general election.

Kathleen's surplus is going to decide a few seats as a lot will be determined by where her transfers go. 

Based on the final tallies, Kathleen Funchion will top the poll on 16,711 (24% of the vote) followed by John McGuinness on 10,198 (14% of the vote). 

The remaining three seats will be determined by transfers with another Fianna Fáil seat likely (Jennifer Murnane O'Connor is on 8,808 votes), a Fine Gael seat likely (John Paul Phelan is on 6,098 votes) and it'll be a scrap then for the fifth seat between Bobby Aylward of Fianna Fáil (7,339), Malcolm Noonan of the Green Party (4,671) and Pat Deering of Fine Gael (5,731).

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