GENERAL ELECTION 2020
BALLOT PAPER TEMPLATE - DUBLIN BAY NORTH
FREEPHONE NUMBER - 1800111333

This message sets out the candidates for the General Election for the Constituency of Dublin Bay North on 8th February 2020 in the order in which they appear on the ballot paper.   If you wish to hear this information in the English language, press ‘1’ now.  If you wish to hear this information in the Irish language, press ‘2’ now.

If you are a vision impaired voter wishing to vote in secret, ask the Presiding Officer at your polling station to attach a ballot paper template to your ballot paper.   Raised numbering and braille on the template guides you to the relevant openings that correspond to the candidates on the ballot paper.

The candidate corresponding to Number 1 on the ballot paper template is BRUTON – FINE GAEL.  Richard Bruton of 210 Griffith Avenue, Dublin 9. Public Representative.

The candidate corresponding to Number 2 on the ballot paper template is BURKE – NON PARTY.  Michael Paul Burke of 124 Clanranald Road, Donnycarney, Dublin 5. Retired Carer.

The candidate corresponding to Number 3 on the ballot paper template is CREAVEN – NON PARTY.  Conor Creaven of 43 St Fintans Park, Sutton, Dublin 13.  Self Employed.

The candidate corresponding to Number 4 on the ballot paper template is GARRIGAN – NON PARTY.  Brian Garrigan of St Johns Court, Artane, Dublin 5. CEO.

The candidate corresponding to Number 5 on the ballot paper template is GILROY – IRISH FREEDOM PARTY. Ben Gilroy of 28 Riverview, Athlumney Abbey, Navan, County Meath. Company Director.

The candidate corresponding to Number 6 on the ballot paper template is HAUGHEY – FIANNA FÁIL.  Seán Haughey of 19 Maypark, Malahide Road, Donnycarney, Dublin 5.  Public Representative

The candidate corresponding to Number 7 on the ballot paper template is HEALY – GREEN PARTY/COMHAONTAS GLAS.  David Healy of 54 Páirc, Éabhóra, Beann Éadair. Co. Bhaile Átha Cliath.  Councillor.

The candidate corresponding to Number 8 on the ballot paper template is HENEY – FIANNA FÁIL.  Deirdre Heney of 30 Collins Avenue East, Killester, Dublin 5.  Public Representative.
 
The candidate corresponding to Number 9 on the ballot paper template is LYONS – NON PARTY.  John Lyons of City Hall, Dublin 2.  Dublin City Councillor.

The candidate corresponding to Number 10 on the ballot paper template is MCEVOY – NON PARTY.  Linda McEvoy of 107 The Stiles Road, Clontarf, Dublin 3. Lawyer.

The candidate corresponding to Number 11 on the ballot paper template is MITCHELL – SINN FÉIN.  Denise Mitchell of 18 Ayrfield Court, Ayrfield, Dublin 13.  Teachta Dála.

The candidate corresponding to Number 12 on the ballot paper template is MULVANY – SOLIDARITY PEOPLE BEFORE PROFIT.  Bernard Mulvany of 5 Henrietta Street, Dublin 1.  Carer

The candidate corresponding to Number 13 on the ballot paper template is NOONE – FINE GAEL.  Catherine Noone of 12 Claremont Road, Howth, County Dublin. Public Representative.

The candidate corresponding to Number 14 on the ballot paper template is O’BRIEN – SOLIDARITY PEOPLE BEFORE PROFIT.  Michael O’Brien of 65 Robswall Crescent, Malahide County Dublin.  Researcher.

The candidate corresponding to Number 15 on the ballot paper template is O’CALLAGHAN – SOCIAL DEMOCRATS.  Cian O’Callaghan of 5 Campbell Court, Main Street, Howth, County Dublin.  Organisation Development Manager.

The candidate corresponding to Number 16 on the ballot paper template is Ó’CONARÁIN – AONTÚ.  Proinsias Ó’Conaráin of 99 Bothar Rath Éanaigh, Rath Éanaigh, Baile Átha Cliath 5.  Builder.

The candidate corresponding to Number 17 on the ballot paper template is O’LEARY – NON PARTY.  Sean O’Leary of Rossbrook, Kerry Pike, County Cork.  Businessman.

The candidate corresponding to Number 18 on the ballot paper template is Ó’RÍORDÁIN – THE LABOUR PARTY.  Aodhán Ó’Ríordáin of 38 Sion Hill Park, Drumcondra, Dublin 9.  Public Representative.

Write ‘1’ in the opening on the template that corresponds to the candidate of your first choice; write ‘2’ in the opening that corresponds to the candidate of your second choice, and so on.

You can familiarise yourself with the candidates on the ballot paper by contacting this number as often as you wish in advance of polling day. You can also use your mobile phone in the polling station centre on polling day to access this information.

Details of the candidates can also be viewed on the Notice of Poll on the website of the Dublin City Returning Officer at www.dublincityreturningofficer.com. This message will now repeat itself.