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European Election Betting for Dublin (4 seats)

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Information on each candidate along with their betting odds for the upcoming European elections in Dublin (4 Seats)

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First prices 26th April

Updated prices 6th May

1. **Lynn Boylan (Sinn Féin)** – was 1/20 now 1/100

Lynn Boylan is a Sinn Féin MEP and a strong favorite to retain her seat. She has been a member of the European Parliament since 2019 and is known for her work on environmental and social justice issues. Her low odds suggest she is almost certain to win a seat.

2. **Barry Andrews (Fianna Fáil)** – was 1/5 now 5/6

Barry Andrews is a Fianna Fáil MEP who has been serving in the European Parliament since 2019. He is known for his focus on international development, trade, and economic policies. His odds are quite favorable, indicating a high likelihood of retaining his seat.

3. **Ciaran Cuffe (Green Party)** – was 2/5 now 5/6

Ciaran Cuffe is a member of the Green Party and has been an MEP since 2019. He is known for his strong advocacy on climate change, sustainable transport, and urban planning issues. His odds suggest he is likely to keep his seat.

4. **Regina Doherty (Fine Gael)** – was 4/9 now 2/5

Regina Doherty is a member of Fine Gael and is a senator she was formally a TD (Teachta Dála) in Dáil Éireann. She is known for her focus on social welfare and family issues. Her odds are favorable, suggesting a strong chance of winning a seat.

5. **Clare Daly (Inds. 4 Change)** – was 4/6 now 5/4

Clare Daly is an MEP representing the Independents 4 Change group. She has a history of championing civil liberties, workers’ rights, and anti-militarism issues. Her odds suggest she is in a good position to win a seat, but it may be a closer race.

6. **Niall Boylan (Independent Ireland)** – was EVS now 4/7

Niall Boylan is an independent candidate and Classic hits DJ, his show has a high viewership so with even odds (EVS), indicating a balanced chance of winning or losing. He would need a strong campaign to secure a seat.

7. **Daithi Doolan (Sinn Féin)** – was 9/2 now 10/1

Daithi Doolan is a Sinn Féin candidate with odds of 9/2. He has experience in local politics and has been involved in various social justice initiatives. While he is not as strong a favorite as Lynn Boylan, he still has a chance to win a seat.

8. **Aodhan O’Riordan (Labour Party)** – was 9/2 now 8/1

Aodhan O’Riordan is a Labour Party candidate and a TD. He has been known for his work on social issues such as drug policy reform and LGBTQ+ rights. His odds suggest he has a chance to win a seat, but it may require a strong campaign.

9. **Philip Dwyer (Ireland First)** – was 7/1 now 10/1

Philip Dwyer is a candidate representing the Ireland First party, which focuses on nationalism and Irish sovereignty issues. His odds are relatively long, indicating he may face an uphill battle in winning a seat.

10. **Niall Boylan (Independent)** – was 3/1 now 4/6

Niall Boylan is an independent candidate His odds suggest he may be competitive.

11. **Sinead Gibney (Social Democrats)** – **12/1**

Sinead Gibney is a candidate from the Social Democrats party. She has a background in human rights and civil liberties work. Her odds are longer, suggesting she may face challenges in securing a seat.

12. **Diarmaid O’Conorain (Irish Freedom)** – **33/1**

Diarmaid O’Conorain represents the Irish Freedom party, which focuses on nationalist and sovereignty issues. His long odds indicate he is unlikely to win a seat.

13. **Brid Smith (PBP – Solidarity)** – **50/1**

Brid Smith is a candidate from the People Before Profit–Solidarity group. She is known for her activism in areas such as workers’ rights and environmental issues. However, her long odds suggest she is unlikely to win a seat.

14. **Patrick Quinlan (National Party)** – **100/1**

Patrick Quinlan is a candidate from the National Party, which has a right-wing nationalist platform. His odds are very long, indicating he is not expected to win a seat.

15. **Robin Cafolla (An Rabharta Glas)** – **200/1**

Robin Cafolla represents An Rabharta Glas, an Irish eco-socialist party. His very long odds suggest he is highly unlikely to win a seat.

Overall, the betting odds suggest that Sinn Féin, Fianna Fáil, Green Party, and Fine Gael are the most likely parties to secure the available seats in Dublin. Betting correct at time of publishing.

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