Republican News · Thursday 28 March 2002

[An Phoblacht]

Hanlon for Cork South Central

Passage West Town Councillor Tom Hanlon is to stand as a candidate for Sinn Féin in Cork South Central in the forthcoming election. He was unanimously selected at a convention in the constituency last week.

Tom Hanlon (35), a painting contractor by trade, is a very active politician and a keen sportsman. Tom is currently a Town Councillor for the Passage and Monkstown area and has campaigned on housing, the environment and the abuse of drugs. He is a member of the Rockenham Residents Association in Passage West.

Successive governments have failed to use the prosperity of the last ten years for the betterment of all sections of Irish society. Tom Hanlon will be standing to give people of the constituency the opportunity to vote for Sinn Féin's radical policies for a better Ireland.

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