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A message from Gerry Adams

The Sinn Féin candidates in the Assembly elections, Declan McAleer, Michaela Boyle, Grace McDermott and Barry McElduff pictured with party members Gerry Adams,TD, John O’Dowd and Pat Doherty, MP.

The Sinn Féin candidates in the Assembly elections, Declan McAleer, Michaela Boyle, Grace McDermott and Barry McElduff pictured with party members Gerry Adams,TD, John O’Dowd and Pat Doherty, MP.

ONE hundred years ago Republicans took to the streets of Dublin to proclaim an Irish Republic built on the foundation of equality, unity and sovereignty. Much has been achieved through struggle, sacrifice and hard work. There is now a peaceful and democratic path to unity. The north is being transformed, equality and power sharing have replaced discrimination and exclusion.

Sinn Féin is now the largest party on this island. We have further to travel to deliver the Republic promised in 1916. Together we can build prosperity for all, we can promote reconciliation and we can deliver Irish Unity.

Sinn Féin are standing a four strong Assembly team in West Tyrone, Michaela Boyle, Declan McAleer, Grace McDermott and Barry McElduff. Building increased political strength will increase our ability to deliver for West Tyrone and deliver our national objectives.

WILL YOU NEED A POSTAL OR PROXY VOTE?

If you can’t attend a polling station in person to vote, your voice can still count. In the Westminster elections last year there were over 17,000 postal votes issued across the north. These votes will be crucial in the upcoming Assembly elections. If you need a postal or proxy vote you can claim it now before the deadline on Thursday April 14. If you or a family member need help in claiming your vote contact your local Sinn Féin office.

• Gerry Adams, Sinn Féin TD

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Counting has resumed in Omagh for the concluding stages of the West Tyrone and Fermanagh and South Tyrone counts.

The turnout figures for the Assembly election in West Tyrone and Mid Ulster have revealed record low figures.

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