Author Archives: Senator Jimmy Harte

About Senator Jimmy Harte

I am a Labour Party Senator based in Donegal North-East and a public representative for the last 16 years. I represented Letterkenny Town Council and Donegal County Council until 28th April 2011 when I was elected to the Senate I attended St Eunan's College in Letterkenny and UCD (Dublin) where I studied psychology to BA level. I also played soccer with UCD first team. I live in Letterkenny and own Harte Insurances which I set up at the age of 24. We have two offices, Letterkenny and Raphoe.

” SMARTER TRAVEL” for Donegal

I have been informed by Junior Transport Minister Alan Kelly that €4million is being made available  for local authorities, . Works envisaged include cycle paths and cycle parking, pedestrian routes, improving pedestrian/cycling accessibility to key destinations including town centres, public … Continue reading

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New Rural Broadband Scheme – Apply Now

The government has announced they are taking applications from now until the end of July 2011 from people interested in getting broadband in rural areas. This is important for a great many people in County Donegal we have several areas … Continue reading

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Few pics from election debate in Scoil Colmcille, Letterkenny

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Some pics from Ruairi Quinn’s visit to Donegal NE yesterday

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Pics from today’s canvass in Moville & Carndonagh

Here are some pictures from my visit to Moville and Carndonagh today. Myself and Cllr Martin Farren, the local Labour councillor, visited Moville Clothing Ltd, an impressive family-run business which has been providing vital employment in the local community for … Continue reading

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Pics from today’s canvass in Carndonagh

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This week’s e-letter

Dear Voter, Welcome to this week’s e-letter. There are now just 14 days left to change Ireland and I am more confident than ever that people want change and a clean break with the past. We are receiving an overwhelmingly … Continue reading

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