Cookies on The Tuam Herald website
We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. We also use cookies to ensure we show you advertising that is relevant to you. If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on the The Tuam Herald website. However, if you would like to, you can change your cookie settings at any time by amending your browser settings.
Hide Message
  • News

No big change after second count in Athenry-Oranmore

Sunday, 26th May, 2019 11:11am

Story by Siobhan Holliman
Jump to comments
No big change after second count in Athenry-Oranmore
No big change after second count in Athenry-Oranmore

THE second count in the Athenry-Oranmore electoral area has been announced which was the distribution of Ind James Charity surplus.

The Corrandulla candidate was elected on the first count in the early hours of this morning along with Fine Gael’s Albert Dolan from Monivea. Both exceeded the quota of 1,565 with Charityt achieving 1,792 first preferences and Dolan an impressive 1,720.

It’s a remarkable victory for such a young candidate, who is just 20 years of age.

The distribution of Charity’s surplus hasn’t resulted in any other candidates being elected.

The count proceeds with the distribution of Albert Dolan’s surplus of 155 votes.

Carnmore’s Independent Jim Cuddy is moving closer to reaching the quota as is Ind Gabe Cronnelly in Athenry and both candidates will retain their seats.

 

Results of Count Two - distribution of Charity’s surplus

 

Jim Cuddy (IND) +73 1,530

Gabe Cronnelly (IND) + 9 1,235

David Collins (FG) +19 1,182

Liam Carroll (FG) +14 899

Michael Hannon (FF) +32 785

Shelly Herterich Quinn (FF) +5 750

Helen Jennings (FG) +4 738

Josette Farrell (IND) +17 664

Kenneth Keavey (GP) +31 528

Louis O’Hara (SF) +12 519

Marian Spelman (LAB) +7 213

Amanda McManus (Renua) +4 187

 

Non-transferable votes 266

 

Purchase a digital edition gift subscription for 1 YEAR  for those overseas. Local news on the move and accessible on all platforms; desktop, tablet and smartphones