Political Director and by-election candidate for Dublin Mid-West

Anne-Marie McNally is the party Spokesperson on Consumer Affairs and is a former community journalist and community development worker in Dublin.

Having obtained her primary degree in Accounting and Human Resources in 2002, Anne-Marie returned to Dublin City University in 2011 to undertake a Master’s degree in Political Communication where she obtained first class honours.

With over 15 years’ experience in political and public affairs, Anne-Marie helped found the SocDems because she believes they have the ambition, political will and policies to deliver a better, fairer Ireland.

 

“I’m involved in politics because I truly believe that when the right people are involved and are motivated for the right reasons then politics truly can make a difference in the quality of people’s lives”

“I’m involved in politics because I truly believe that when the right people are involved and are motivated for the right reasons then politics truly can make a difference in the quality of people’s lives”

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1 week ago

Anne-Marie McNally

Delighted to have made so many friends & comrades over the course of what has been a joyful campaign! Looking forward to celebrating those relationships later & partying for my big b’day! Politics is politics and ye take the ups with downs! I’ve so many ups. Thanks for all the good wishes! ... See MoreSee Less

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You should be proud Amo! You did really well.

2 weeks ago

Anne-Marie McNally

I know, I know...we’re all busy, it’s Friday, you’re facing school runs, traffic, bus commutes, worrying about paying your rent, etc. But PLEASE find 5 mins to get out and have your voice heard! I hope you vote No 1 for me but either way I just hope you vote! @SocDems #BE19 #DMW ... See MoreSee Less

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Best of luck Anne-Marie.

2 weeks ago

Anne-Marie McNally

On Nov 29th there’s a chance to vote for a credible alternative in Dublin Mid-West.

A vote for Anne-Marie McNally is a vote for far better services & resources for Lucan, Palmerstown, Clondalkin, Saggart, Rathcoole & Brittas.

A vote for Anne-Marie McNally is a vote for:
- making affordable housing a priority
- transparent common sense politics
-empathy & compassion
-better public transport
-healthcare based on need not bank balance

Vote Number 1 Anne-Marie McNally on Friday!
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i Hear only 10 per cent got out to vote look at count center now live

All the politicians currently in office in Ireland should be prosecuted for the misery and suffering they're a party to as puppets of the EU and the Rothschild banking mafia. If they had any integrity, spine or moral conscience, they'd resign and force Varadkar out, and a general election with a mandate to remove Ireland from the EU and the fake refugees and asylum seekers out of our pockets. www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmDuPccLON4

2 weeks ago

Anne-Marie McNally

Just about to go on the Late Debate on RTÉ radio 1 - listen in if you can. ... See MoreSee Less

Just about to go on the Late Debate on RTÉ radio 1 - listen in if you can.

2 weeks ago

Anne-Marie McNally

'It's not an ideal time, but neither is it an ideal time to get an eviction notice' @CathMurphyTD

We have listened to people on the doors and there is a crisis in housing that the CONfidence supplied by @fiannafailparty to @FineGael won't address.

Social Democrats call for a motion of no-confidence in Minister for Housing, Eoghan Murphy.

WE, deserve better.

jrnl.ie/4907978
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The whole country is in crisis ffs.

why have a housing minister when there is no housing being built jobs for their cronies

Well if this Government is sacked, are the public going to hire and replace them with a Government that was already sacked, its a merry go around. If you were running a business and sacked an employee for not doing their job,you would not re employ them again.😥😥The 1916 heroes must be turning in their graves. 🇨🇮✝️🇨🇮

Get savage's out of power , Power gone to there heads

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Up shortly on #thegathering on #todaysor, @RoisinShortall discusses the week's events, including the changed political landscape following the #SocDems #NoConfidence motion in Housing Minister. @TodaySOR

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