Category Archives: presidential election

A Geography of Voting at the 2018 Presidential Election

Adrian Kavanagh, 30th October 2018 There is always a “geography” to electoral support and turnout patterns and this was very much the case with the 2018 Presidential Election. This contest saw a number of records being set in terms of … Continue reading

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The 2011 Presidential Election: A Geographical Overview

Adrian Kavanagh, 11th October 2018 There is always a “geography” to electoral support and turnout patterns and this was very much the case with the 2011 Presidential Election. This post will briefly review the geography of candidate support and voter … Continue reading

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Commentary on campaign expenditure data for the 2011 Presidential Election

Adrian Kavanagh, 15th February 2011 The Standards in Public Office Commission made its report on donations and election expenses disclosed to it by the seven presidential election candidates on 14th February 2012. This report found that, in total, โ‚ฌ304,570.75 in … Continue reading

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