Dublin North–East (Dáil Éireann constituency)

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Dublin North–East
Dáil Éireann
Parliamentary constituency
Outline map
Location of Dublin North–East within County Dublin
Current constituency
Created 1981
Seats 4 (1981–2002)
3 (2002–)
TDs
County/City council Dublin City,
Fingal
EP constituency Dublin
Dublin North–East
Former Dáil Éireann
Parliamentary constituency
Former constituency
Created 1937
Abolished 1977
Seats 3 (1937–1948)
5 (1948–1969)
4 (1969–1977)
County/City council County Dublin

Dublin North–East is a parliamentary constituency represented in Dáil Éireann, the lower house of the Irish parliament or Oireachtas. The constituency elects 3 deputies (Teachtaí Dála, commonly known as TDs). The method of election is the single transferable vote form of proportional representation (PR-STV).

History[edit]

The constituency was created for the 1937 general election when the Dublin North constituency was divided into Dublin North–West and Dublin North–East. It was abolished in 1977 as a result of the Electoral (Amendment) Act 1974 when it was largely replaced by the Dublin Artane constituency before being recreated in 1981.[1]

Boundaries[edit]

Lying within the suburbs to the north east of Dublin, the constituency is almost entirely urbanised and socially quite diverse. Dublin North–East encompasses the Howth electoral area in the Fingal County Council area (including Howth, Sutton, Baldoyle), along with the Darndale and some of the Priorswood parts of the Artane electoral area, and the Donaghmede and Raheny parts of the Donaghmede electoral area, in the Dublin City Council area.[2]

The Electoral (Amendment) Act 2009 defines the constituency as:

"In the city of Dublin the electoral divisions of:
Ayrfield, Grange A, Grange B, Grange C, Grange D, Grange E, Priorswood A, Priorswood B, Priorswood C, Priorswood D, Priorswood E, Raheny-Foxfield, Raheny-Greendale, Raheny-St. Assam;
and, in the county of Fingal, the electoral divisions of:
Baldoyle, Balgriffin, Howth, Portmarnock North, Portmarnock South, Sutton;
and that part of the electoral division of Turnapin situated north of a line drawn along the Northern Cross Route (M50), passing in a clockwise direction around and excluding roundabout No. 3 at the junction of the Northern Cross Route (M50) with the M1 motorway."

TDs[edit]

TDs 1937–1977[edit]

Teachtaí Dála (TDs) for Dublin North–East 1937–1977[3]
Dáil Election Deputy
(Party)
Deputy
(Party)
Deputy
(Party)
Deputy
(Party)
Deputy
(Party)
9th 1937[4] Alfred Byrne
(Ind)
Oscar Traynor
(FF)
James Larkin
(Ind)
3 seats
1937–1948
10th 1938[5] Richard Mulcahy
(FG)
11th 1943[6] James Larkin
(Lab)
12th 1944[7]
13th 1948[8] Harry Colley
(FF)
Jack Belton
(FG)
Peadar Cowan
(CnaP)
14th 1951[9] Peadar Cowan
(Ind)
15th 1954[10] Denis Larkin
(Lab)
1956 by-election[11] Patrick Byrne
(FG)
16th 1957[12] Charles Haughey
(FF)
17th 1961[13] George Colley
(FF)
Eugene Timmons
(FF)
1963 by-election[14] Paddy Belton
(FG)
18th 1965[15] Denis Larkin
(Lab)
19th 1969[16] Conor Cruise O'Brien
(Lab)
Eugene Timmons
(FF)
4 seats
1969–1977
20th 1973[17]
21st 1977 Constituency abolished

Note: The columns in this table are used only for presentational purposes, and no significance should be attached to the order of columns. For details of the order in which seats were won at each election, see the detailed results of that election.

TDs since 1981[edit]

Teachtaí Dála (TDs) for Dublin North–East 1981–[3]
Dáil Election Deputy
(Party)
Deputy
(Party)
Deputy
(Party)
Deputy
(Party)
22nd 1981[18] Michael Woods
(FF)
Liam Fitzgerald
(FF)
Seán Dublin Bay Rockall Loftus
(Ind)
Michael Joe Cosgrave
(FG)
23rd 1982 (Feb)[19] Maurice Manning
(FG)
Ned Brennan
(FF)
24th 1982 (Nov)[20] Liam Fitzgerald
(FF)
25th 1987[21] Pat McCartan
(WP)
26th 1989[22]
27th 1992[23] Tommy Broughan
(Lab)
Seán Kenny
(Lab)
28th 1997[24] Martin Brady
(FF)
Michael Joe Cosgrave
(FG)
29th 2002[25] 3 seats
from 2002
30th 2007[26] Terence Flanagan
(FG)
31st 2011[27] Seán Kenny
(Lab)

Note: The columns in this table are used only for presentational purposes, and no significance should be attached to the order of columns. For details of the order in which seats were won at each election, see the detailed results of that election.

Elections[edit]

2011 general election[edit]

2011 general election: Dublin North–East[27]
Party Candidate  % 1st Pref Count 1 Count 2 Count 3 Count 4 Count 5 Count 6 Count 7 Count 8 Count 9
Fine Gael Terence Flanagan 29.5 12,332                
Labour Party Tommy Broughan 23.9 10,006 10,738              
Labour Party Seán Kenny 10.4 4,365 4,728 4,885 4,985 5,216 5,580 6,000 7,013 9,369
Sinn Féin Larry O'Toole 12.0 5,032 5,120 5,143 5,179 5,477 5,554 5,754 6,262 6,923
Fianna Fáil Averil Power 11.5 4,794 5,013 5,036 5,109 5,134 5,314 5,579 6,041  
New Vision Eamonn Blaney 4.2 1,773 1,894 1,913 2,099 2,233 2,401 2,955    
Independent Jimmy Guerin 3.1 1,285 1,419 1,447 1,572 1,685 1,799      
Green Party David Healy 1.9 792 919 934 987 1,049        
Socialist Party Brian Greene[28] 2.1 869 893 897 935          
Independent Raymond Sexton 0.8 351 391 397            
Independent Robert Eastwood 0.6 242 264 267            
Electorate: 58,542   Valid: 41,839   Spoilt: 448 (1.1%)   Quota: 10,460   Turnout: 42,287 (72.2%)

2007 general election[edit]

2007 general election: Dublin North–East[26]
Party Candidate  % 1st Pref Count 1 Count 2 Count 3 Count 4
Labour Party Tommy Broughan 15.2 5,294 6,221 6,909 8,911
Fine Gael Terence Flanagan 12.8 4,483 5,000 7,751 8,594
Fianna Fáil Michael Woods 20.1 7,003 7,402 7,588 8,430
Fianna Fáil Martin Brady 19.6 6,861 7,252 7,395 8,095
Sinn Féin Larry O'Toole 13.3 4,661 4,983 5,089  
Fine Gael Brody Sweeney 10.1 3,529 3,946    
Green Party David Healy 6.7 2,349      
Progressive Democrats Keith Redmond 2.2 749      
Electorate: 53,778   Valid: 34,929   Spoilt: 323 (0.9%)   Quota: 8,733   Turnout: 35,252 (65.6%)

2002 general election[edit]

2002 general election: Dublin North–East[25]
Party Candidate  % 1st Pref Count 1 Count 2 Count 3 Count 4 Count 5 Count 6
Fianna Fáil Michael Woods 22.0 6,457 6,742 6,911 7,138 7,552  
Labour Party Tommy Broughan 16.2 4,758 4,931 5,426 5,876 6,825 8,426
Fianna Fáil Martin Brady 18.1 5,304 5,531 5,657 5,776 6,055 6,909
Fine Gael Gavin Doyle 7.4 2,155 2,373 2,575 4,085 4,648 4,937
Sinn Féin Larry O'Toole 10.2 3,003 3,083 3,286 3,373 3,720  
Ind. Health Alliance Mark Harold 7.2 2,116 2,321 2,806 2,912    
Fine Gael Michael Joe Cosgrave 8.0 2,349 2,454 2,546      
Green Party David Healy 5.7 1,656 1,856        
Progressive Democrats Noelle Ryan 4.2 1,219          
Independent Thomas Jenkinson 1.0 301          
Electorate: 52,105   Valid: 29,318   Spoilt: 316 (1.1%)   Quota: 7,330   Turnout: 29,634 (56.9%)

1997 general election[edit]

1997 general election: Dublin North–East[24]
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Fianna Fáil Michael Woods 5,735 15.4 1 7
Fine Gael Michael Joe Cosgrave 4,173 11.2 2 8
Labour Party Tommy Broughan 3,447 9.2 3 8
Fianna Fáil Martin Brady 5,018 13.5 4 10
Fianna Fáil Liam Fitzgerald 4,394 11.8
Labour Party Seán Kenny 2,986 8.0
Progressive Democrats Mairead Foley 2,911 7.8
Fine Gael Joan Maher 2,877 7.7
Sinn Féin Larry O'Toole 2,212 5.9
Green Party Donna Cooney 1,332 3.6
Democratic Left Anthony Creevey 1,381 3.7
Independent Owen Poole 641 1.7
Natural Law John Burns 155 0.4
Independent Lar Fraser 39 0.1
Electorate: 59,497   Valid: 37,301   Spoilt: 368 (1.0%)   Quota: 7,461   Turnout: 37,669 (63.3%)

1992 general election[edit]

1992 general election: Dublin North–East[23]
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Labour Party Seán Kenny 8,873 22.2 1 1
Fianna Fáil Michael Woods 6,850 17.1 2 9
Labour Party Tommy Broughan 3,162 7.9 3 12
Fianna Fáil Liam Fitzgerald 4,011 10.0 4 14
Fine Gael Michael Joe Cosgrave 3,311 8.3
Democratic Left Pat McCartan 3,743 9.4
Fine Gael Joan Maher 2,181 5.5
Fianna Fáil Martin Brady 2,673 6.7
Progressive Democrats Stephen O'Byrnes 2,034 5.1
Green Party Sadhbh O'Neill 931 2.3
Sinn Féin Larry O'Toole 1,088 2.7
Green Party David Healy 795 2.0
Workers' Party Marian Donnelly 239 0.6
Independent John Burns 118 0.3
Electorate: 58,433   Valid: 40,009   Spoilt: 640 (1.6%)   Quota: 8,002   Turnout: 40,649 (69.6%)

1989 general election[edit]

1989 general election: Dublin North–East[22]
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Workers' Party Pat McCartan 5,968 17.0 1
Fine Gael Michael Joe Cosgrave 3,965 11.3 2
Fianna Fáil Michael Woods 6,284 17.8 3
Fianna Fáil Liam Fitzgerald 5,775 16.4 4
Fianna Fáil Seán Haughey 4,567 13.0
Fine Gael Maurice Manning 2,743 7.8
Labour Party Seán Kenny 2,111 6.0
Green Party Máire Mullarney 1,332 3.8
Progressive Democrats Noel Peers 817 2.3
Labour Party Tommy Broughan 755 2.1
Independent Angela Mulligan 505 1.4
Independent Paddy Healy 394 1.1
Electorate: ?   Valid: 35,216   Quota: 7,044   Turnout:

1987 general election[edit]

1987 general election: Dublin North–East[21]
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Fianna Fáil Liam Fitzgerald 6,378 16.7 1
Fine Gael Michael Joe Cosgrave 3,658 9.6 2
Fianna Fáil Michael Woods 5,927 15.5 3
Workers' Party Pat McCartan 3,297 8.6 4
Fianna Fáil Seán Haughey 4,222 11.0
Fine Gael Maurice Manning 3,585 9.4
Fianna Fáil Ned Brennan 3,136 8.2
Progressive Democrats Neil Holman 2,691 7.0
Labour Party Seán Kenny 2,227 5.8
Progressive Democrats Martin McGettigan 1,964 5.1
Sinn Féin Pamela Kane 655 1.7
Independent Paddy Healy 430 1.1
Independent Barbara Hyland 109 0.3
Electorate: ?   Valid: 38,279   Quota: 7,656   Turnout:

November 1982 general election[edit]

November 1982 general election: Dublin North–East[20]
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Fianna Fáil Michael Woods 7,213 22.2 1 1
Fine Gael Michael Joe Cosgrave 6,343 19.5 2
Fianna Fáil Liam Fitzgerald 3,418 10.5 3
Fine Gael Maurice Manning 4,390 13.5 4
Fianna Fáil Ned Brennan 3,281 10.1
Workers' Party Pat McCartan 3,056 9.4
Labour Party Seán Kenny 2,236 6.9
Independent Seán Dublin Bay Rockall Loftus 1,718 5.3
Labour Party Vincent Manning 853 2.6
Electorate: ?   Valid: 32,508   Quota: 6,502   Turnout:

February 1982 general election[edit]

February 1982 general election: Dublin North–East[19]
Party Candidate  % 1st Pref Count 1 Count 2 Count 3 Count 4 Count 5 Count 6 Count 7 Count 8 Count 9
Fianna Fáil Michael Woods 30.3 9,662                
Fine Gael Michael Joe Cosgrave 19.1 6,098 6,236 6,261 6,338 6,871        
Fine Gael Maurice Manning 12.8 4,076 4,133 4,150 4,232 4,739 5,118 5,824 6,670  
Fianna Fáil Ned Brennan 10.2 3,261 4,424 4,449 4,474 4,583 4,599 5,083 5,551 5,700
Fianna Fáil Liam Fitzgerald 8.6 2,751 4,367 4,402 4,430 4,580 4,597 4,977 5,473 5,616
Sinn Féin (Workers' Party) Pat McCartan 5.7 1,825 1,899 1,969 2,020 2,381 2,412 2,826    
Independent Seán Dublin Bay Rockall Loftus 5.7 1,814 1,935 1,990 2,033 2,210 2,239      
Labour Party Seán Kenny 4.6 1,452 1,515 1,537 1,966          
Labour Party Bernard Malone 2.2 685 715 742            
Independent Michael O'Donoghue 0.5 155 170              
Independent James Connolly 0.3 108 115              
Electorate: 43,179   Valid: 31,887   Spoilt: 299 (0.9%)   Quota: 6,378   Turnout: 32,186 (74.5%)

1981 general election[edit]

1981 general election: Dublin North–East[18]
Party Candidate  % 1st Pref Count 1 Count 2 Count 3 Count 4 Count 5 Count 6 Count 7 Count 8 Count 9 Count 10 Count 11 Count 12
Fianna Fáil Michael Woods 32.7 10,605                      
Fine Gael Michael Joe Cosgrave 17.9 5,816 6,068 6,084 6,154 6,446 6,533            
Fianna Fáil Liam Fitzgerald 5.0 1,620 3,524 3,548 3,611 3,624 3,664 3,855 4,012 4,468 4,762 7,758  
Independent Seán Dublin Bay Rockall Loftus 7.4 2,395 2,580 2,600 2,645 2,669 2,738 2,957 3,220 3,649 4,352 4,645 5,554
Fine Gael Maurice Manning 7.9 2,581 2,657 2,668 2,688 2,991 3,077 3,122 3,223 3,487 4,662 4,795 5,170
Fianna Fáil Ned Brennan 5.8 1,870 3,068 3,081 3,105 3,113 3,123 3,231 3,321 3,602 3,762    
Labour Party Seán Kenny 4.8 1,554 1,647 1,688 1,950 1,988 2,501 2,600 3,076 3,361      
Independent Thomas Brennan 4.6 1,477 1,626 1,642 1,648 1,674 1,741 1,823 2,026        
Sinn Féin (Workers' Party) Pat McCartan 3.4 1,094 1,160 1,239 1,256 1,270 1,326 1,632          
Anti H-Block Paddy Healy 3.3 1,063 1,115 1,146 1,150 1,156 1,166            
Labour Party Bernard Malone 2.3 744 790 840 931 976              
Fine Gael Patricia Kelly 2.3 729 756 768 778                
Labour Party John Brennan 1.7 554 610 620                  
Socialist Labour Party Michael O'Donoghue 0.9 309 327                    
Electorate: 43,598   Valid: 32,411   Spoilt: 243 (0.7%)   Quota: 6,483   Turnout: 32,654 (74.9%)

1973 general election[edit]

1973 general election: Dublin North–East[17]
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Fianna Fáil Charles Haughey 12,901 30.1 1
Labour Party Conor Cruise O'Brien 7,774 18.1 2
Fine Gael Paddy Belton 7,771 18.1 3
Fianna Fáil Eugene Timmons 3,358 7.8 4
Labour Party Paddy Dunne 3,106 7.2
Fianna Fáil Timothy Killeen 2,414 5.6
Fine Gael James Kelly 1,678 3.9
Labour Party Joseph O'Connor 1,451 3.4
Independent Michael Gleeson 1,325 3.1
Fine Gael Christopher Hoey 1,110 2.6
Electorate: ?   Valid: 42,888   Quota: 8,578   Turnout:

1969 general election[edit]

1969 general election: Dublin North–East[16]
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Fianna Fáil Charles Haughey 11,677 31.5 1 1
Labour Party Conor Cruise O'Brien 7,591 20.5 2 1
Fine Gael Paddy Belton 4,931 13.3 3
Fianna Fáil Eugene Timmons 3,070 8.3 4
Labour Party Paddy Dunne 2,060 5.6
Independent Matthew Finnegan 1,508 4.1
Fine Gael James Kelly 1,393 3.8
Labour Party Thomas Duffy 1,230 3.3
Fianna Fáil Timothy Killeen 1,084 2.9
Fine Gael Marcus Wilson 746 2.0
Fine Gael Ray Fay 702 1.9
Labour Party Richard Lacy 688 1.9
Independent Seán Dublin Bay Rockall Loftus 364 1.0
Electorate: ?   Valid: 37,044   Quota: 7,409   Turnout:

1965 general election[edit]

1965 general election: Dublin North–East[15]
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Fianna Fáil Charles Haughey 12,415 23.7 1 1
Fine Gael Paddy Belton 9,316 17.8 2 1
Fianna Fáil George Colley 5,745 11.0 3
Fine Gael Patrick Byrne 5,141 9.8 4
Labour Party Denis Larkin 4,908 9.4 5
Fianna Fáil Eugene Timmons 4,902 9.3
Fianna Fáil Stan O'Brien 2,760 5.3
Labour Party Rory Cowan 2,162 4.1
Fine Gael Victor Carton 1,463 2.8
Labour Party Paddy Dunne 1,385 2.6
Independent Seán Dublin Bay Rockall Loftus 1,151 2.2
Fine Gael Gordon Macaulay 1,129 2.2
Electorate: ?   Valid: 52,477   Quota: 8,747   Turnout:

1963 by-election[edit]

Following the death of Fine Gael TD Jack Belton, a by-election was on 30 May 1963. The seat was won by the Fine Gael candidate Paddy Belton, brother of the deceased TD.

1963 by-election: Dublin North–East[14]
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Fine Gael Paddy Belton 16,357 41.6 1
Fianna Fáil Stan O'Brien 13,132 33.4
Labour Party Denis Larkin 7,270 18.5
Independent Seán Dublin Bay Rockall Loftus 2,526 6.4
Electorate: 68,573   Valid: 39,285   Quota: 19,643   Turnout: 57.3%

1961 general election[edit]

1961 general election: Dublin North–East[13]
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Fianna Fáil Charles Haughey 8,566 20.2 1 1
Fine Gael Jack Belton 5,781 13.7 2
Fianna Fáil George Colley 5,086 12.0 3
Fine Gael Patrick Byrne 4,673 11.0 4
Fianna Fáil Eugene Timmons 3,998 9.4 5
Labour Party Denis Larkin 2,641 6.2
Fine Gael Thomas Cosgrave 2,479 5.9
Fianna Fáil Stan O'Brien 2,062 4.9
Independent Peadar Cowan 1,863 4.4
Fine Gael Victor Carton 1,613 3.8
Sinn Féin Tomás Misteil 1,553 3.7
Independent Seán Dublin Bay Rockall Loftus 1,132 2.7
Labour Party Thomas Duffy 883 2.1
Electorate: ?   Valid: 42,330   Quota: 7,056   Turnout:

1957 general election[edit]

1957 general election: Dublin North–East[12]
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Fianna Fáil Oscar Traynor 10,059 24.9 1 1
Fine Gael Patrick Byrne 5,034 12.5 2
Labour Party Denis Larkin 3,756 9.3 3
Fianna Fáil Charles Haughey 4,168 10.3 4
Fine Gael Jack Belton 2,594 6.4 5
Sinn Féin Tomás Misteil 3,346 8.3
Fianna Fáil Harry Colley 2,549 6.3
Independent Thomas Stafford 2,520 6.2
Fine Gael Desmond Bell 2,318 5.7
Independent Michael Dempsey 1,822 4.5
Independent Mairead McGuinness 1,640 4.1
Clann na Poblachta Patrick McCartan 585 1.5
Electorate: ?   Valid: 40,391   Quota: 6,732   Turnout:

1956 by-election[edit]

Following the death of Independent TD Alfred Byrne, a by-election was held on 30 April 1956. The seat was won by the Independent candidate Patrick Byrne, son of the deceased TD.

1956 by-election: Dublin North–East[11]
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Independent Patrick Byrne 18,129 56.5 1 1
Fianna Fáil Charles Haughey 13,950 43.5
Electorate: 64,903   Valid: 32,079   Quota: 16,040   Turnout: 49.4%

1954 general election[edit]

1954 general election: Dublin North–East[10]
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Independent Alfred Byrne 10,464 22.1 1 1
Fianna Fáil Oscar Traynor 9,293 19.6 2 1
Fine Gael Jack Belton 4,606 9.7 3
Fianna Fáil Harry Colley 1,966 4.2 4
Labour Party Denis Larkin 3,637 7.7 5
Fine Gael Desmond Bell 3,632 7.7
Independent Peadar Cowan 2,253 4.8
Fianna Fáil Eugene Timmons 2,135 4.5
Fianna Fáil Charles Haughey 1,812 3.8
Fine Gael Victor Carton 1,758 3.7
Clann na Poblachta Michael Kelly 1,529 3.2
Labour Party Jeremiah Kelly 1,438 3.0
Independent Séamus Murphy 1,430 3.0
Fine Gael Lillie O'Shea Leamy 948 2.0
Independent Thomas Healy 502 1.1
Electorate: ?   Valid: 47,403   Quota: 7,901   Turnout:

1951 general election[edit]

1951 general election: Dublin North–East[9]
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Fianna Fáil Oscar Traynor 13,192 28.1 1 1
Independent Alfred Byrne 10,397 22.1 2 1
Fine Gael Jack Belton 6,718 14.3 3
Fianna Fáil Harry Colley 3,300 7.0 4
Independent Peadar Cowan 3,606 7.7 5
Labour Party Denis Larkin 2,905 6.2
Fianna Fáil Eugene Timmons 1,967 4.2
Fine Gael James Trainor 1,819 3.9
Fianna Fáil Charles Haughey 1,629 3.5
Labour Party John Smithers 825 1.8
Fine Gael William Murphy 603 1.3
Electorate: ?   Valid: 46,961   Quota: 7,827   Turnout:

1948 general election[edit]

1948 general election: Dublin North–East[8]
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Independent Alfred Byrne 13,066 29.3 1 1
Fianna Fáil Oscar Traynor 11,808 26.5 2 1
Fianna Fáil Harry Colley 1,869 4.2 3
Clann na Poblachta Peadar Cowan 4,692 10.5 4
Fine Gael Jack Belton 3,529 7.9 5
Fine Gael James Trainor 2,286 5.1
Clann na Poblachta Kathleen Clarke 1,419 3.2
Fianna Fáil John Phelan 1,034 2.3
Labour Party Archibald Heron 1,009 2.3
Labour Party John Smithers 995 2.2
Fianna Fáil Eugene Timmons 832 1.9
Clann na Poblachta Daniel Sheridan 815 1.8
Independent Frank Robbins 476 1.1
Independent Seán O'Moore 440 1.0
Labour Party James Sweetman 297 0.7
Electorate: ?   Valid: 44,567   Quota: 7,428   Turnout:

1944 general election[edit]

1944 general election: Dublin North–East[7]
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Fianna Fáil Oscar Traynor 14,071 37.9 1 1
Independent Alfred Byrne 8,591 23.2 2
Fianna Fáil Harry Colley 3,938 10.6 3
Fine Gael James Trainor 4,815 13.0
Labour Party James Larkin 4,489 12.1
Independent Michael Colgan 856 2.3
Independent Frank Robbins 355 1.0
Electorate: 54,377   Valid: 37,115   Quota: 9,279   Turnout: 68.3%

1943 general election[edit]

1943 general election: Dublin North–East[6]
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Fianna Fáil Oscar Traynor 13,222 33.9 1 1
Independent Alfred Byrne 11,293 29.0 2 1
Labour Party James Larkin 5,896 15.1 3
Fine Gael Richard Mulcahy 5,733 14.7
Fianna Fáil Harry Colley 2,287 5.9
Independent M. Bell 581 1.5
Electorate: ?   Valid: 39,012   Quota: 9,754   Turnout:

1938 general election[edit]

1938 general election: Dublin North–East[5]
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Fianna Fáil Oscar Traynor 10,318 28.1 1 1
Fine Gael Richard Mulcahy 9,072 24.7 2
Independent Alfred Byrne 7,386 20.1 3
Fianna Fáil Thomas O'Reilly 5,040 13.7
Independent James Larkin 4,859 13.3
Electorate: ?   Valid: 36,675   Quota: 9,169   Turnout:

1937 general election[edit]

1937 general election: Dublin North–East[4]
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Independent Alfred Byrne 12,063 33.3 1 1
Fianna Fáil Oscar Traynor 9,693 26.8 2 1
Independent James Larkin 5,970 16.5 3
Fine Gael Richard Mulcahy 5,192 14.3
Fianna Fáil Thomas O'Reilly 3,285 9.1
Electorate: ?   Valid: 36,203   Quota: 9,051   Turnout:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  28. ^ Greene campaigned as a member of the United Left Alliance.

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