General Election 2016 - where do the candidates stand on animal cruelty issues?

'The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated' - Mahatma Gandhi
'Ultimately a great nation is a compassionate nation' - Martin Luther King

Before voting in the general election on Friday 26th February, read our guide to the candidates and where they stand on animal cruelty issues. Please make your vote count for the animals.

Find out the views of All Candidates or choose your constituency below:

Carlow Kilkenny | Cavan Monaghan | Clare | Cork East | Cork North Central | Cork North West | Cork South Central | Cork South West | Donegal | Dublin Bay North | Dublin Bay South | Dublin Central | Dublin Fingal | Dublin Mid West | Dublin North West | Dublin Rathdown | Dublin South Central | Dublin South West | Dublin West | Dun Laoghaire | Galway East | Galway West | Kerry County | Kildare North | Kildare South | Laois | Limerick City | Limerick County | Longford Westmeath | Louth | Mayo | Meath East | Meath West | Offaly | Roscommon Galway | Sligo Leitrim | Tipperary | Waterford | Wexford | Wicklow

Individual candidate views may differ from official party policies, to which members are expected to follow in Dail Eireann. Click on the link to view party policies in relation to animal issues. Help us expand this list - let us know about responses you receive from candidates. If you are a candidate and wish to be included in this list, please get in touch with us now.

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