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Wednesday 27 September 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# campaigning

Last year
Poll: When did you last attend a protest march?
Thousands of people attended a cost-of-living march in Dublin on Saturday,
All time
Trump heads for swing states Florida and once reliably Republican Georgia
A Democratic presidential candidate has not won Georgia in nearly three decades.
Tidy Towns groups across the country are asking campaigners not to put up posters
This might be why some posters are missing in your town.
Playing nasty: How social media became an election battleground in 2016
Negative campaigning went digital in this year’s campaign. Has it worked?
And they're off... politicians around the country kick into full election mode
Here is what they’ve been up to.
Joan Burton: Politicians shouldn't fear for their safety
The Tánaiste also said some discussions on social media “become very extreme”.
Will Hillary Clinton's campaign offer anything different to the usual guff?
Her opening video was pretty predictable, for the most part.
Kay Burley caught calling Scottish campaigner a "knob" on Sky News
She also said they were “campaigning for England”.
Local election candidate subjected to 'vile abuse' for being pregnant
Fianna Fáil’s Lorraine Clifford says the abuse shows why women are discouraged from entering politics.
From prison to the Saturday Night Show...Margaretta D'Arcy to be released today
The 79-year-old will be freed from the Dóchas Centre at Mountjoy Prison at 10.30am this morning.
Poll: Will you be voting today?
Both sides have given their opinions, the polls are open, but will you be visiting one today?
Final day of campaigning in Italy as uncertainty rules over election
Italy goes to the polls on Sunday and Monday but it’s still not clear who is most likely to emerge victorious.
Column: E-campaigning is no silver bullet but it IS helping
Johnny Chatterton of argues that ‘clicktivism’ might not cure all the world’s ills in one go but online campaigns are helping shift the balance of power.