Dr. Adrian Kavanagh is a lecturer in the Maynooth University Department of Geography. His main research interests focus on the Geography of Elections, with particular reference to the Republic of Ireland.
He is currently the President of the Geographical Society of Ireland (term runs from May 2018 until May 2020).
Adrian Kavanagh may be contacted by email at: email@example.com
This website includes regularly updated posts based on elements of this research. Notifications about further updates to this site, including new posts, are usually made on:
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Adrian Kavanagh’s other personal webpage, covering topics other than elections (geography of sport, Eurovision Song Contest etc.), is located at: http://adriankavanagh.com/
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would this be better if you put this on google doc, grateful for the effort your putting in to collecting the candidates, it could be useful for non-commercial reuse via .csv as http://opendata.ie/ people could add a few more bits of information could be added incumbency? cllr senator, and town.
It would be helpful if you could provide an email address so that candidates declaring can be notified to you. Parties and candidates could then contact you directly and give you the details.
Good point – done!
So what is your email address? I can’t see it and wish to contact you…
All contact details are available from this website here – https://adriankavanaghelections.org/about/
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May I suggest an addition to your categories? To gender and age (“young candidates”) you might add income? Here’s a reason for doing so: http://colummccaffery.wordpress.com/2009/11/16/a-speakers-income-as-political-information/
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Desmond Hayes declares as Independent Candidate Limerick City North………….Local Elections 2014
I am running in the Stillorgan area – representing Cabinteely, Clonskeagh, Cornelscourt,Foxrock, Goatstown, Kilmacud, Mount Merrion and Stillorgan. I am an Independent candidate and have no connection with any political party. It is my first time running for election.
Hi Adrian was wondering if the referendums in Ireland were ever broken down and analysed by age such as 18-35, it would be interesting to see what the percentages look like when analysing peoples age and voting choice. This would possibly be interesting to know about the many abortion referendums, divorce and marriage equality.
No. Official figures only give overall totals, or constituency breakdowns, in terms of voting preference and voter turnout levels. Some opinion polls carried out in advances of (some of) these referendum elections may provide you with information/estimates on this however