Mick Wallace A lot of questions, but very few answers at the Justice Committee today, with the #Garda Commissioner... https://t.co/6e8jRJFo10
Mick Wallace RT @hooklighthouse: Look at those colours. Spring time on the Hook Peninsula is filled with all sorts of natural beauty... 📷 by Steven Fea…
Mick Wallace Interesting that Labour didn't even turn up for PAC Report on #NAMA in the Dail Chamber last night... https://t.co/yrToAYmG2Z
Mick Wallace #Garda Commissioner at #Justice Comm. likely to be a damp squib - 1 Questions confined 2 Comm doesn't answer much 3… https://t.co/DlhVJqLev7
Politics can sometimes be a dirty game and changing that is one of the many reasons why I'm standing for election. It has become clear to me that some of the other candidates in the Wexford constituency have been using my up-front and honest account of my finances as a means to dissuade the Wexford electorate from voting for me, and worse still thrown in a few lies for good measure. To be clear, as I have previously stated, Wallace Construction LTD is in debt to the tune of €40 million approximately, against the companies assets held by the banks. None of these loans are in NAMA, and I am not bankrupt, and nor do I expect to become bankrupt, it is also important to note that Wallace Construction and Mick Wallace are separate entities. I have an up-to-date tax clearance certificate, which I received in the past few weeks, as is required by all candidates wishing to run in a General Election. As this election campaign draws to a close, I can promise one thing only, that should I be elected by the people of Wexford, I will bring honesty and integrity to a process which too often is lacking in same. Myself or my campaign team have no time or inclination to slur the personal reputations of any of the other candidates in this election campaign. Sadly, I cannot assume that some of the other candidates in the Wexford constituency are holding themselves to the same ideals. If you want more of the same, vote for what's gone before. If you want change, Vote No 1 Mick Wallace Mick



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