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    Default Cookstown Council Elections 2011

    The district is split into 3 wards;

    Drum Manor
    Cookstown Central
    Ballinderry

    Last time out, the results were;

    Sinn Féin - 5
    SDLP - 5
    DUP - 3
    UUP - 3

    Sean Clarke (SF)
    Mary Baker (SDLP)
    Peter Cassidy (SDLP)
    Samuel Glasgow (UUP) (Vice Chairman)
    Walter Greer (UUP)
    Ian McCrea (DUP)
    Maureen Lees (DUP)
    Patrick Pearse McAleer (SF)
    John Fitzgerald McNamee (SF)(Chairman)
    James McGarvey (SDLP)
    Samuel McCartney (DUP)
    Tony Quinn (SDLP)
    Oliver Molloy (SF)
    Christine McFlynn (SDLP)
    Trevor Wilson (UUP)
    Michael McIvor (SF)

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    Default Re: Cookstown Council Elections 2011

    A real battle for control here down the years between orange and green but now that is out of the way, it has been replaced by neck and neck struggles on either side.

    SF will be confident of becoming the larger party but a credible anti-GFA Republican candidate could stop them.
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    Default Re: Cookstown Council Elections 2011

    Michael Henry McIvor the PSF candidate is widely believed to be the idiotic shinner t-roll 'Michael Henry'.
    "Do not be misled by the promises of politicians. Remember that the whole history of Ireland is a record of betrayals by politicians and statesmen, and remembering this, spurn their lying promises and stand up for a United Ireland - an Ireland broad based upon the union of Labour and Nationality." - James Connolly.

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