Varadkar best placed to appeal to the hearts of the undecided
Published 16/05/2015 | 02:30
We have been constantly told by senior Government figures that the Marriage Equality Referendum will be won by the personal stories of those who have spent much of their lives living in the shadows.
Like a domino effect, gay people and their loved ones have broken their silence throughout this campaign in the hope of delivering a Yes vote next Friday.
And as nerves set into the Yes camp of the prospect of a growing, yet often silent No vote, the stories became even more personal.