Labour Senator Ged Nash has announced details of a new twice-monthly clinic to he held in Ardee.
The former Minister of State for Business and Employment will be available for questions and representations on the first and third Monday of every month, having held his first clinic session last Monday.
The clinics will take place in the meeting room at Hamill’s pub on Bridge Street in the town at 5.30pm on each day. “Please come along as I will be happy to assist you in any way I can,” Nash said.
Drogheda-born Nash won a seat in the Dail in 2011 but subsequently lost his seat last year as Labour endured a nightmarish Election which saw them lose 18 of their 37 seats in the national parliament – a further seven TDs decided not to run for re-election and four left the party between 2011 and 2016.
Nash finished sixth in the polls in Louth and East Meath, missing out on the last seat to Fine Gael’s Peter Fitzpatrick who was re-elected.
In August last year, Nash was elected to the Seanad and he is also the party’s Spokesperson on Equality, Labour Affairs and Workers Rights.
— Gerald Nash (@geraldnash) February 4, 2017