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McLaughlin seeks to be a voice for the community on Donegal County Council

Siobh�n McLaughlin (Labour) is making a second run for election to Donegal County Council on 23rd May, 2014.

Siobh�n McLaughlin (Labour) is making a second run for election to Donegal County Council on 23rd May, 2014.

Donegal community activist Siobhán McLaughlin vowed to be an inclusive and effective representative for the Letterkenny/Milford electoral area as she officially joined the list of candidates seeking to serve on Donegal County Council.

She becomes the seventh woman to enter the race for a seat on the Council, which currently consists of 3 women and 26 men.

McLaughlin, who first ran for the Council as a Labour Party candidate in 2009, was last week selected by the party to contest the upcoming election, as was former Garda Sergeant Christy Galligan.

“I have the skills, the capacity, and the expertise to represent and work for communities, families, women, children, and all those affected by poverty and inequality,” McLaughlin, 51, told the Labour Party Selection Convention in Letterkenny. “I will work hard, I will honour my promises, and I will do what I set out to do with honour, transparency, openness, and honesty.”

McLaughlin, who has lived in Letterkenny for the past 13 years and previously in Ramelton for 8 years, went to school in Milford. Her mum Mary (Fries) is from Kilmacrennan.

 
 
 

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