Conor Sheehan selected as Labour’s candidate for Mayor of Limerick

23 April 2024

Labour members in Limerick gathered last night as Councillor Conor Sheehan was selected as Labour’s candidate for Directly Elected Mayor of Limerick. Labour Leader Ivana Bacik, Deputy Alan Kelly and Labour Candidate for Ireland South Niamh Hourigan were all in attendance at the event.

Conor Sheehan has worked as a Councillor for Limerick City North since his election in 2019. His journey into politics stems from a deep-seated belief that everyone in Limerick deserves a voice at the table, particularly those who are economically disadvantaged or have struggled because of the housing crisis.

Cllr Sheehan said:

“My pledge is to be the Mayor for Housing. For many people my age in Limerick, the legitimate aspiration to work hard, save and eventually buy your own home is slipping away. I am standing in this election because I want to put in place a Mayoral Programme to deliver the homes we need.

“I passionately believe in Limerick. It’s where I’m from, where I’ve worked and studied, but I think we can do better. I want to make Limerick the best place in Ireland to work, live and raise a family. Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael have controlled Limerick Council for over ten years. They have had their day. It’s time now for change. It’s time for a fresh start.”

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