Labour Women Councillors elected in 2014

5 June 2014

Seventeen women councillors were elected under the Labour Party banner in the Local Elections in May 2014.  The women that made it are a mixture of first time candidates, councillors who were co-opted within the last term and councillors who were previously elected.  All of them fought hard campaigns and their success is testament to their work ethic, strength of character and sheer talent.  We also lost a lot of our good, hard working women councillors in what was a difficult election and would like to thank those women and their teams for their hard work and dedication.

As it stands, 35% of all Labour Party councillors are women, whereas nationally female representation at Local Government is now 21%, up from 16% in 2009. 

Below is a list of all Labour Women councillors elected in #LE14.  Please feel free to contact your local councillor if you have an issue which they could help you with.

Councillor

Local Electoral Area

Fiona Bonfield

Nenagh

Breda Bonner

Clondalkin

Anne Breen

Naas

Aoife Breslin

Athy

Aine Clancy

Ballymun

Mary Freehill

Rathgar-Rathmines

Martina Genockey

Tallaght South

Alison Gilliland

Beaumont-Donaghmede

Jane Horgan-Jones

Clontarf

Pamela Kearns

Templeogue Terenure

Deirdre Kingston

Blackrock

Mary McCamley

Mulhuddart

Lettie McCarthy

Glencullen- Sandyford

Rebecca Moynihan

Crumlin-Kimmage

Elena Secas

Limerick City East

Carrie Smyth

Killiney-Shankhill

Grace Tallon

Dundrum

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