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Fine Gael's Johnny Flynn is congratulated by his wife Catherine following the announcement of his election during the election count at The West county Hotel, Ennis. Photograph by John Kelly.

Johnny Flynn elected on 12th count

FINE Gael’s Johnny Flynn has retained his seat on Clare County Council, exceeding the quota after 12 counts.

Speaking just before his victory was confirmed the Ennis man said; “I was delighted with my vote and I’m grateful to everyone who supported me and to my family. This election is a clear indication to Government parties that people are feeling the pain of the austerity measures that unfortunately were required. Certainly I’ve learned from the canvass that people believed hard decisions had to be made but it’s how they impact on people’s lives.”

He said that the reduction of numbers on the county council and the abolition of town councils will increase the level of responsibility for those elected and that they need to “roll up their sleeves and get stuck in”.

Fine Gael's Johnny Flynn is congratulated by fellow candidate Mary Howard following the announcement of his election during the election count at The West county Hotel, Ennis. Photograph by John Kelly.
Fine Gael’s Johnny Flynn is congratulated by fellow candidate Mary Howard following the announcement of his election during the election count at The West county Hotel, Ennis. Photograph by John Kelly.

 

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