Fianna Fáil has completed the ticket for General Election 2020 in Limerick County with the addition of Cllr. Michael Collins.
Following a meeting of the National Constituencies Committee it was decided that Cllr. Collins would join Niall Collins in contesting the election for the party.
Cllr. Collins said, “I am deeply honoured to contest the General Election for Fianna Fáil. This is an exciting time for the party as we put forward a real alternative to this uncaring Fine Gael government.
“There are very real issues facing people living in Limerick. After nine years of Fine Gael bad decisions, it’s time for a change. We need to see real investment in the Mid-West region in terms of employment and infrastructure and the rising cost of living needs to be brought under control. Families are under severe pressure in the face of spiralling rents, childcare fees and insurance costs. This simply cannot continue.
“I am looking forward to getting back on the campaign trail and putting my party’s policies to the people. Alongside Niall Collins I believe Fianna Fáil has the strongest ticket possible to deliver for people in Limerick”.