Mick hosts campaign team at Leinster House

By David Tucker

Published 19/03/2016 | 00:00

From left are: Clare Daly, Independent TD, Dublin, Annette Moran of Enniscorthy and in front, her daughter Dervla and her mother Margaret Byrne, native of Taghmon, Sile Mhic Reamoinn, Castlebridge, Mick Wallace, John Colfer , Carrig-on-Bannow and Deputy Wallace's brother Willie Wallace, Wellingtonbridge.
From left are: Clare Daly, Independent TD, Dublin, Annette Moran of Enniscorthy and in front, her daughter Dervla and her mother Margaret Byrne, native of Taghmon, Sile Mhic Reamoinn, Castlebridge, Mick Wallace, John Colfer , Carrig-on-Bannow and Deputy Wallace's brother Willie Wallace, Wellingtonbridge.

Deputy Mick Wallace, newly re-elected Independent TD for Wexford, hosted members of his campaign team to lunch and then to visit Leinster House where they witnessed the first meeting of 32nd Dail and the assembly of the newly-elected TDs from all over Ireland in the Dail chamber in their attempt to elect a new Taoiseach and a new Government.

Deputy Wallace, third from right, and Deputy Clare Daly of Dublin North on extreme left were at Leinster House to meet the group of fifteen of his campaign team who travelled on the Wallace election battlebus from Ferrycarrig Park. Among the group were supporters from Wexford, New Ross, Enniscorthy, Ferns and Bunclody.

At Leinster House, Deputy Wallace expressed his gratitude to all who supported and voted for him and announced that his new constituency office at Ferrycarrig Park will re-open next week.. He expressed fear that very shortly there will be another General Election which 'nobody wants'.

Deputy Wallace was greeted in the Dáil corridors by well-wishers from other counties, many of them, women, queuing up to meet him, kiss him, be photographed with him and have 'selfies' taken with him.

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