Gallagher’s plan to win rematch with Michael D for Aras

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Gallagher’s plan to win rematch with Michael D for Aras

The entrepreneur’s cryptic approach to the election is confusing – but there is a definite plan, says Kevin Doyle


Sean Gallagher. Picture: Damien Eagers
Sean Gallagher. Picture: Damien Eagers

Sean Gallagher is looking for a second chance – but it has to be a realistic one.

The entrepreneur who was days away from being elected president in 2011 has played a game of cat and mouse with the media, and perhaps Michael D Higgins, over recent weeks.

There have been cryptic letters asking councillors to give newcomers a shot at getting on the ballot paper and letters to the housing minister looking for better coordination of spending on literature. Earlier last week, somebody registered the website domain ‘seangallagher2018.com’ – but at no point has he made a public statement on his intentions.

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