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TotalMayhem
23-01-2011, 11:44 PM
http://imgur.com/i1WI0.png

Tom Barry FG
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Sandra McLellan SF
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Sean Sherlock LAB
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David Stanton FG
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Ah Well
23-01-2011, 11:49 PM
In theory 4 Seats on offer

In reality 3

The other is an O'Keeffe Seat (as per the Chieftain ;):p)

http://www.google.ie/url?source=imgres&ct=img&q=http://www.independent.ie/multimedia/archive/00166/nedokeefe_166307t.jpg&sa=X&ei=bMw8TcPeHsa3hAf4lMCfCg&ved=0CAQQ8wc&usg=AFQjCNGH0hXiCJL5ljILsysJagwJ8jWFhA

Justin Casey
24-01-2011, 01:50 AM
The other is an O'Keeffe Seat (as per the Chieftain ;):p)

Ah yes, Ned (http://www.politicalworld.org/showpost.php?p=84602&postcount=53).

TotalMayhem
24-01-2011, 01:35 PM
Candidates:

TotalMayhem
24-01-2011, 01:36 PM
GE 2007 Results:

http://imgur.com/1pcgi.png

Captain Con O'Sullivan
24-01-2011, 08:27 PM
Rumours doing the rounds but unconfirmed as yet that O'Keeffe is standing down and not giving the good people of Rathcormac the chance to boot him up the prefab.

PaddyJoe
24-01-2011, 08:33 PM
Rumours doing the rounds but unconfirmed as yet that O'Keeffe is standing down and not giving the good people of Rathcormac the chance to boot him up the prefab.
However, it appears that his son Kevin who is a Cork Co. Cllr. is standing;)

Captain Con O'Sullivan
24-01-2011, 08:36 PM
I think his son stood before and got the bum's rush did he not? There was some flap involving one of the O'Keeffe banamhs anyway ... or did he take over Ned's Council seat?

Hmm

Captain Con O'Sullivan
24-01-2011, 08:39 PM
Yes ... coopted to step into Ned's wellies in 1997 in Mallow and then elected every local since in Fermoy although his vote dropped considerably in 2009...

Ah Well
03-02-2011, 12:30 AM
And the FF infighting is well and truly underway in Cork East - delicious :D

The "O'Keeffe Seat" is under threat .... :cool:

There were unconfirmed reports last night that Fianna Fáil HQ is seeking to implement a one-seat strategy in the constituency, and that either outgoing TD Michael Ahern or Cork County Councillor Kevin O’Keeffe will be asked to step aside. Mr O’Keeffe is the son of outgoing TD Ned O’Keeffe who has announced his intention to retire from politics.

Read more: http://www.irishexaminer.ie/ireland/ff-may-drop-one-cork-east-candidate-143990.html#ixzz1Cr5lAOTf

ang
26-02-2011, 11:48 AM
FF vote totally collapsing here:-

RTE:-

Almost 80% boxes now tallied. Shows FF's vote seems to have collapsed. Kevin O'Keeffe only 11% of first prefs, M Aherne 8%.

Ah Well
26-02-2011, 11:52 AM
FF vote totally collapsing here:-

RTE:-

wha.... wha ... what ?????

Cher isn't one of those supposed to be an O'Keeffe Seat!!!!

:D:p

ang
26-02-2011, 01:34 PM
Will SF take a seat:-


RT @RTE_Elections: #cke report says Lab's Sean Sherlock will top poll, followed by FG David Stanton. FG to take 3rd seat and will battle for 4th with SF #ge11

ang
26-02-2011, 05:29 PM
Somebody keeping up with "blueshirt" tradition


RTEcorkEAST
FG's David Stanton has just arrived followed by seven young FG teenagers in bright blue t-shiirts with Stanton 1 on the back. #ge11 #cke

C. Flower
26-02-2011, 07:58 PM
http://www.rte.ie/news/election2011/results/cork-east.html

Sean Sherlock (member of this forum ;) ) elected, topping the poll.

on the fourth count now.

Ah Well
26-02-2011, 11:56 PM
SF seat in Cork East ...

The O'Keeffe Seat is gone

No wonder Ned was on the air pontificating earlier :p

ang
26-02-2011, 11:57 PM
David Stanton FG
Sean Sherlock LAB
Tom Barry FG
Sandra McLellan SF

All elected to 31st Dail

Shaadi
04-02-2013, 10:09 PM
GE 2011 first preferences.

Labour Party Seán Sherlock 20.8% 11,862

Fine Gael David Stanton 17.6% 10,019

Fine Gael Tom Barry 10.2% 5,798

Sinn Féin Sandra McLellan 11.1% 6,292

Fianna Fáil Kevin O'Keeffe 8.8% 5,024

Labour Party John Mulvihill 10.0% 5,701

Fine Gael Pa O'Driscoll 8.8% 5,030

Fianna Fáil Michael Ahern 8.1% 4,618

New Vision Paul O'Neill 1.9% 1,056

Green Party Malachy Harty 1.1% 635

Independent Claire Cullinane 0.9% 510

Independent Patrick Bulman 0.4% 212

Independent Paul Burke 0.3% 176

Electorate: 83,651 Valid: 56,933 Spoilt: 526 (0.9%) Quota: 11,387 Turnout: 57,459 (68.7%)



If an election was called now.

Adjusted first preferences based on January Red C and local conditions..


Sinn Féin Sandra McLellan 21.2% 12,075

Fine Gael David Stanton 13.64% 7,770

Labour Party Seán Sherlock 11.63% 6,623

Fianna Fáil Kevin O'Keeffe 10.6% 6,063

Fianna Fáil Michael Ahern 9.78% 5,573

Fine Gael Tom Barry 7.89% 4,497

Fine Gael Pa O'Driscoll 6.85% 3,901

Labour Party John Mulvihill 5.79% 3,300

New Vision Paul O'Neill 2.2% 1,289

Green Party Malachy Harty 1.36% 775

1 SF, 1 Lab, FG, 1, 1 FF.

FG Barry to lose seat to FF O'Keefe.