Labour Select Sligo/Leitrim General Election Candidate

The Labour Party has chosen Senator Susan O'Keefe to stand in the Sligo/Leitrim constituency in the next General Election.

She was proposed by former councillor Marcella McGarry and seconded by Edel Moran.

Senator O’Keeffe said: "I have worked hard as a Senator in the constituency and I look forward to standing for the Labour Party in the general election.

"My vision for Sligo, Leitrim and the North West is to help build a strong sense of community in the region and to raise its profile nationally and internationally.

"My promise is simple: to continue to work hard on behalf of this area and this region."


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