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  • Piquet
    started a topic Byelections

    Byelections

    Good crack in the Dublin South West byelection.

    King, the Shinner topped the poll as expected but was only 748 votes ahead of Murphy of the Anti Austerity Alliance. Murphy has out transferred King on each of the subsequent six counts and is now only 291 behind.

    The four remaining candidates are as follows:

    Walsh SF 8017
    Murphy AAA 7726
    Keane FG 3857
    McMahon IND 3416

    The quota is 12013, not that that matters too much. The way things are going, it'll be last man standing that will get in.

    Over in Roscommon-South Leitrim, it's something similar. Connaughton of FF topped the poll as expected, 1,114 ahead of Ming's pal Fitzmaurice who has out-transferred him all the way and lies 771 behind after the fourth count.

    Current standings:
    Connaughton FF 7846
    Fitzmaurice Turfcutters 7075
    Kenny SF 6447
    Hopkins FG 6075
    Mc Dermot IND 3468
    Kelly Lab 2144

    The quota is 16,656 but, as above, it's purely academic.
    Last edited by Piquet; 11th-October-2014, 17:05. Reason: typo

  • Piquet
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    In Roscommon-South Leitrim, of the 9142 transfers, Kenny, the Shinner got 1116 or 12%.

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  • Piquet
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    After six counts in Roscommon-South Leitrim, FitzMaurice leads on 11,722 with Connaughton on 10,083 and Hopkins on 8476. Hopkins will now be eliminated and her transfers will probably elect Fitzmaurice.

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  • blackwarrior
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    Originally posted by Piquet View Post
    Poor enough. In Dublin, King turned a First Count lead of 748 to a deficit of 566 over the seven counts in which transfers were distributed.

    In those counts, 13,995 votes were available for transfer. Of these, 5499 (39%) were non transferrable and of the remaining 8496, King only got 1711 (12%).
    Thanks - still their Achilles heel - I think it's an Adams factor....

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  • Piquet
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    Originally posted by blackwarrior View Post
    I haven't been following the counts at all. But how have transfers to SF been today - any improvement for them over their general por transfer performance?
    Poor enough. In Dublin, King turned a First Count lead of 748 to a deficit of 566 over the seven counts in which transfers were distributed.

    In those counts, 13,995 votes were available for transfer. Of these, 5499 (39%) were non transferrable and of the remaining 8496, King only got 1711 (12%).

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  • blackwarrior
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    Originally posted by Piquet View Post
    Distribution of McDermot's and Kelly's votes has put FitzMaurice in the lead on 9211 to Connaughton's 8863 with Hopkins (FG) on 7310 and Kenny (SF) on 7022. Kenny is next to go.
    I haven't been following the counts at all. But how have transfers to SF been today - any improvement for them over their general por transfer performance?

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  • Sulla
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    Shot in the kneecaps for the Shinners there in Dublin

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  • Piquet
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    Distribution of McDermot's and Kelly's votes has put FitzMaurice in the lead on 9211 to Connaughton's 8863 with Hopkins (FG) on 7310 and Kenny (SF) on 7022. Kenny is next to go.

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  • Piquet
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    As I was typing the above, Keane and McMahon were both eliminated in Dublin South West and their transfers put Murphy on 9565 to King's 8999. Murphy was elected without reaching the quota.

    EDIT Interestingly ( to me, anyway) over 61% of the (FG and IND) votes on the last count were non-transferrable.
    Last edited by Piquet; 11th-October-2014, 16:49.

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