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Navan Local Electoral Area

Friday, 23rd May, 2014 3:34pm

Story by Ann Casey
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Navan Local Electoral Area

Sinn Fein's Sinead Burke and Joe Reilly.

Navan Local Electoral Area

Sinn Fein's Sinead Burke and Joe Reilly.

Cllr Joe Reilly topped the poll and was elected on the first count In the Navan Electoral Area. Cllr Francis Deane (IND) was elected on the fourth count.

Navan Electoral Area

 

Electorate         22088

Total Poll          9825

Total Valid Poll  9703

Spoiled Votes   122

Quota              1213

 

Reilly Joe (SF)              1360

Deane Francis (Ind)      1193

Cassells Shane (FF)      1051

Burke Sinead (SF)        984

Reilly Tommy (FF)         913

Forde Wayne (Ind)       747

Fitzsimons Padraig (FF) 657

Holloway Jim (FG)         625

Pryle Paddy (Ind)          448

McCabe Anton (Lab)     442

Duffy John (FG)           366

Lawes Alan (PBP)         333

Ball Stephen (Ind)        267

McHugh Jenny (FF)       224

Hagan Paul (Ind)          59

O’Brien Gerry (Ind)      34

 

Second Count

O'Brien and Hagan eliminated

 

Third Count

McHugh eliminated.

 

Fourth Count

Deane elected. Ball eliminated.

 

Fifth Count

Lawes eliminated.

 

Sixth Count

Burke elected.

 

Eight count 

McCabe eliminated.

 

Ninth Count

Cassells elected.

Pryle eliminated.

 

Tenth Count

Forde elected on reaching the quota . T Reilly and Jim Holloway elected without reaching the quota.

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