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Ahead of next month's elections, Cian McCormack has taken to the road to get a sense of people's concerns and how they might be minded to vote.
On Day One, he's in Tipperary, reporting from Clonmel and Carrick-on-Suir. But first, he tried to get a sense of what makes these elections different and whether all politics is local?
In the second part of the series, Cian looks at concerns that community development work is being centralised to local authorities
On Day Two, Cian spoke to 'new Irish' voters and Kerry people about the issues that matter to them.
He also met people concerned about environmental issues such as turf cutting and wind turbines.
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