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Sinn Féin officially launch their East Derry assembly campaign

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Sinn Féin’s East Derry Assembly candidates Caoimhe Archibald and Cathal Ó hÓisín officially launched their election campaign along with Martin McGuinness and a packed room in the York Hotel in Portstewart on Thursday night.

Speaking afterwards Caoimhe Archibald said “It is a massive honour to be joined by so many local Republicans who have came out tonight to show their support for our campaign and the party’s entire strategy. If elected myself and Cathal will be a formidable voice for East Derry as part of a strong Sinn Féin team in the assembly.”

Mr. Ó hÓisín added “I am proud to stand on my record as an MLA and Councillor before that in which I have delivered whether it be in Education, infrastructure, the Irish language or sporting needs and the results are there for people to see and I want to push on and constantly push forward for the entire community.”

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