Dundalk for Change will host an election panel in An Táin Arts Centre next Thursday, May 9 from 7pm.
The local non-partisan, community group hope that the discussion will help undecided voters make an informed choice at the polls for the local elections on Friday, May 24.
Dundalk for Change explained: "The following panellists have been confirmed to attend to answer questions from the public on the following topics:
John McGahon (FG)
Emma Coffey (FF)
Eoin Daly (GP)
Edel Corrigan (SF)
2. Health services
4. Community welfare
"Independents and other party candidates have been invited but not confirmed.
"Please note Dundalk for change is a non-partisan community group and is not endorsing any candidate. The panel is hosted to give members of the public the opportunity to pose questions to the candidates."
For more information on the event see: www.facebook.com/events/412390565978798/?ti=ia
Dundalk for Change is a non-partisan, community group who plan to focus on issues that affect us locally and nationally -the housing crisis, ending direct provision and many more. Follow the group's Facebook page to keep up-to-date with their campaigns and membership news.
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