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Women for Election is a not-for-profit and is funded through a mix of philanthropic grants, private donations and revenue generated through our training programmes.

We need long-term, sustained funding to make sure our mission of more women in Irish politics and decision-making positions is achieved. Supporters can help Women for Election in a variety of ways, including one-off donations, monthly payments, and through the Countess Markievicz Circle (€1,500 a year).

If you want to help us change the face of Irish politics and get more women on the ballot and into Leinster House, donate. No amount is too small.

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Each space on our INSPIRE training course costs €199. Help us offer a free space to a deserving woman by either donating the full amount or a percentage of the cost.

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Now on Count 10 for #SE2020 Labour Panel
Seats: 11 Quota: 94,417
Elected so far:
Jerry Buttimer (FG)
John Cummins (FG)
Robbie Gallagher (FF)

Waiting to see #MoreWomen in #Seanad2020

Onto the 3rd count now for 2 remaining seats on the NUI panel, after incumbent Ronan Mullen was elected on 1st count.
Watch live updates on http://www.nui.ie/elections/seanadelection2020/

After Count 1 for the #TCD panel, no one has reached the quota of 3,761. 2 candidates have been excluded.
Count 2 is happening now -
Watch live on https://www.tcd.ie/seanad/
#Seanad2020

Of the 16 Senators elected to #Seanad2020 so far, just 4 are women:
On the Cultural & Educational panel @lichamber (FF) is the only woman out of the 5 Senators.
That’s 1 fewer than in 2016.

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