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Kinahan or Girvan? South Antrim decides

Thursday, 8 June 2017

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THOUSANDS of voters will go to the polls in South Antrim this Thursday to decide who has 'the X-Factor' in what will undoubtedly be a two-horse race for the constituency's Westminster seat.
The UUP's Danny Kinahan and DUP challenger Paul Girvan will go head to head in a contest too close to call.
There might be five candidates in total, but all the pundits agree that the other three runners - Declan Kearney (Sinn Féin), Roisin Lynch (SDLP) and Neil Kelly (Alliance) - will merely be engaged in a battle for third place.
In 2015 Mr Kinahan unexpectedly unseated DUP stalwart William McCrea - but there were just 949 votes between the two, so it's all to play for...
*Read the full story in this week's Antrim Guardian

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