He was re-elected at the next five general elections, taking ministerial office only once, in the 19th Dáil. In the ministerial reshuffle following the dismissal of two Cabinet ministers in the Arms Crisis, Taoiseach Jack Lynch appointed Geoghegan on 9 May 1970 as Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Social Welfare, under Minister Joseph Brennan. He served until Fianna Fáil lost power at the 1973 general election.
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