The Tallyman’s Campaign Handbook: Election 2011

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Meet The Author

Noel Whelan is the author and co-author of a number of previous books on politics, elections and electoral law in Ireland. He writes a weekly political column for the Irish Times and is a regular commentator on politics and current affairs for the broadcast media. He previously worked as a special advisor to the Minister for European Affairs and the Departments of An Taoiseach and Foreign Affairs. He currently works as a barrister practising on the Dublin and South Eastern circuits.

The 2011 edition of The Tallyman’s Campaign Handbook by Noel Whelan represents only the third guide ever published in advance of an Irish election. It provides a uniquely detailed and comprehensive analysis of the Irish election process, outlining the most likely candidates for the upcoming election and tracing the country’s changing political landscape, constituency by constituency.

Noel Whelan’s 2011 Campaign Handbook is a perfect companion for those election aficionados wishing to follow the election results as they happen. Along with a general introduction and outline of recent constituency changes, this guide systematically covers the country constituency by constituency. It details the names of known candidates and the standing of each party in a particular constituency.

A must have for all election enthusiasts, The Tallyman’s Campaign Handbook profiles the party strengths and personalities, the rows and rivalries which will shape the battle for seats in each constituency. It provides all the detailed information necessary to guide readers through what is set to be the most dramatic Irish election contest ever.

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