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Come out and vote for change - Vote Sinn Féin

5 June, 2009 - by Pat Sheehan

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams called on voters to get out to their polling stations today and make their voices heard. The party leader said today was an opportunity for people to give their verdict on the government and to bring about change, but to do that, people had to turn their anger into action and use their vote.

Gerry Adams said:

“Today is your day. It is an important day for the future of the country. People have an opportunity to give their verdict on the government, to make their feelings loud and clear. But they can only do it if they turn their anger into action and come out and vote for change.

“We are asking people to use their vote today and to vote for Sinn Féin. In every council, in the EU and in the Dáil, we can give you the representation you deserve. We stand up for your rights, not the rights of powerful elites or vested interests.

“Don’t sit at home today and wish for change. Don’t feel like your vote doesn’t matter. It does matter. Every vote counts. The future of politics is in your hands. Please come out and vote. Vote for Sinn Féin.” ENDS

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