There are a number ways that you can support my work as a local public representative and councillor. I probably spend 60+ hours a week connecting with constituents, working with others on the council and trying to push policy change to tackle the issues we face in climate, housing and local services.
How you can help:
Join my campaign team
I need help on an ongoing basis in a number of different areas such as canvassing, letter dropping and other bits and pieces. If you would like to get involved, please email me or send me a WhatsApp message.
Donate to my campaign
Running for office is a huge financial burden for a young person in a small party. I estimate that it will cost me up to €5,000. If you believe in what I do, I would really appreciate it if you could help out in any way you can. The money will mostly be spent on:
- Leaflets, letters and online ads to reach out to people to introduce myself and increase voter registration as we have a growing population of new residents in our area
- Postage costs for apartments that can’t be canvassed in-person
- Posters during election time
I would greatly appreciate if you would share the donation link with anyone you think would like to support.
If you are short on time and money, you can still support me by helping me get my message out online about the work I’m doing. If you follow my various channels, that would be a great start. I am on Twitter, Mastodon, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and LinkedIn. You can also sign up for my email newsletter updates.
Register to vote
Elections have been won and lost in this country by one vote, so it’s vital that you exercise your right to vote. All residents in Ireland can vote in local elections, so head over to voter.ie to make sure you are registered at your current address.
You can also spread the word about voter registration by sharing the voter.ie page with your family, friends and colleagues.
Join the Green Party
Another way you could help my campaign is by joining the local branch of the Green Party.