Political Director and 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.

Currently, Anne-Marie works in the Dáil team of Catherine Murphy where she plays a pivotal role in strategy, research and communications.

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“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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What are they hiding?

www.broadsheet.ie/2018/11/21/what-are-they-hiding/
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What are they hiding?https://www.broadsheet.ie/2018/11/21/what-are-they-hiding/

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Anne-Marie McNally

The Social Democrats Catherine Murphy says reports of the Smyth Report are curious - raising more questions than answers.

Clear Communications Protocol for the process had been in place and terms of that protocol had, without doubt, been breached.
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#todaysor
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The latest update on the progress of the Abortion Bill #legisl8 ... See MoreSee Less

"I don't believe that I am being told the truth"

Seven women have contacted Catherine Murphy TD to say they are waiting inordinate amounts of time for their slides despite the HSE telling the Public Accounts Committee that waiting time is 22 days.
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What are they hiding http://www.pbp.ie/ceann-comhairle-asked-to-intervene-as-hse-and-minister-refuse-to-answer-cervical-check-question/

My waiting time for results was 12 weeks, smear was in July, results October, not sure where the 22 days is coming in unless there is an 8 week delay plus for writing and sending a letter.

As a member of the 221+, and one of the ladies who contacted Catherine last week, I can confirm that several of us are waiting as far back as mid May! for our slides to be released! And will noe have to resort to obtaining a high court order to force the HSE and the labs involved to comply with our request to release OUR INFORMATION!

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#SocDems co-leader @CathMurphyTD says she finds it curious that the Smyth report into the #NationalBroadbandPlan has reportedly concluded that the process was not compromised @PatKennyNT @TodaySOR #NBP

Reported NBP review findings raise more questions than answers - Social Democrats

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This is my Christmas message
“There’s no magazines that ask
‘Now has Tam lost his pizza belly?”

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Glasgow International Comedy Festival https://t.co/plWf3KfIT3

Baggot Street just now. ‘In a Bowl’...as opposed to what exactly?! 🤷🏻‍♀️👀 €2 quid cheaper if you lick it off the counter?! @JOEdotie @broadsheet_ie €

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