An analysis of next month’s Local election candidates by Women for Election has shown that only Dublin and Meath with 33% and 31% female candidates respectively are on course to meet election quotas which will come into effect at the next General election. Overall, the number of women running in the local elections has improved […]

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On April 23, Women for Election teamed up with the Washington Ireland Programme and one of President Obama’s top strategists, Jen O’Malley Dillon, to give female candidates and campaign managers in the next month’s local elections a campaign master class in Dublin As the Deputy Campaign Manager for President Obama’s re-election campaign Jen oversaw the largest […]

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