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EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ELECTION 2019

CONSTITUENCY OF MIDLANDS NORTH-WEST

​May 2019 Elections - European Parliament, Referendum

European Parliament and Local Government Elections were held on 24th May 2019 between the hours of 7am and 10pm. The following candidates have been elected to the European Parliament.

 

A Referendum, concerning the waiting period before a Divorce was also held on the 24th of May. The following are results:

Turnout                        64.13%

   

Those in favour           66.4%

Those against             33.6%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Elected on the 1st Count 

Fine Gael 

Mairead McGuinness 

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Elected on the 13th Count

Independent

Luke (Ming) Flanagan

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Elected on the 13th Count

Fine Gael

Maria Walsh

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Elected on the 13th Count

Sinn Féin

Matt Carthy

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EURO 2019 - NOTICE OF ELECTION

NOTICE OF EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ELECTION
FOR DUBLIN, MIDLANDS-NORTH-WEST AND SOUTH CONSTITUENCIES

We hereby give notice that an election of members of the European Parliament is to be held in the above constituencies. If the election is contested, a poll will be taken on the 24th day of May, 2019 between the hours of 7am and 10pm.

To be eligible for election a person must be either a citizen of Ireland or a national of another Member State of the European Union ordinarily resident in Ireland.

A person may nominate himself or herself as a candidate or may, with his or her consent, be nominated by a proposer who is a registered European elector in the relevant European Parliament constituency.

A nomination form from a candidate of a registered political party must have a Certificate of Political Affiliation attached which must be produced to the returning officer for your constituency with his or her completed nomination paper.

If no certificate is attached, the candidate must, before the latest time for receiving nominations, either -

  • secure 60 assents to the nomination by way of statutory declarations by European electors registered in the relevant European Parliament constituency (forms available from the returning officer for your constituency or the registration authority), or
  • make a deposit of €1,800 (deposit may also be made on the candidate’s behalf).

A national of an EU Member State, other than Ireland, intending to be a candidate, must deliver to the returning officer for their constituency, with the completed nomination paper, a statutory declaration regarding their eligibility for election.

If a candidate wishes to be entered on the ballot paper as representing a registered political party, a Certificate of Political Affiliation must be produced to the returning officer for the constituency with the completed nomination paper.

If a non-party candidate who is a sitting MEP wishes to have entered on the ballot paper the European Parliament political group or the name of the European Political Party of which he or she is a member, a Certificate of European Political Affiliation must be produced to the returning officer for the constituency with the completed nomination paper – see section 3(b) of the notes on the nomination paper.

If a candidate wishes to have his or her photograph included on the ballot paper, one photograph in digitised format and two identical printed copies must be produced to the returning officer for the constituency with the nomination paper. The technical requirements for the photographs are set out in section 4 of the notes on the nomination paper.

Replacement candidates may be nominated by registered political parties and non-party candidates.

Forms of nomination papers, statutory declarations, and replacement candidates lists may be obtained, free of charge, from the addresses below during office hours.

PLEASE NOTE THE DIFFERENT NOMINATION PERIODS.

Nomination period for Irish Citizens
Completed nomination papers for Irish citizens may be delivered to the returning officer for the constituency in person by candidates or their proposers at any time when that returning officer is at his office from 10am on the 30th day of March 2019 until 12 noon on the 15th day of April, 2019 which is the latest time for receiving nominations.

The returning officer will attend to receive nomination papers for Irish citizens at the relevant address below between 10am and 12 noon and between 2pm and 5pm on the 13th day of April 2019 and between 10am and 12 noon on the 15th day of April 2019.

Nomination period for other EU Nationals
Completed nomination papers for other EU Nationals may be delivered to the returning officer for the constituency in person by candidates or their proposers at any time when that returning officer is at his office from 10am on the 30th March 2019 until 12 noon on the 6th April, 2019 which is the latest time for receiving nominations.

The returning officer will attend to receive nomination papers for other EU Nationals at the relevant address below between 10am and 12 noon and between 2pm and 5pm on the 5th day of April 2019 and between 10am and 12 noon on the 6th day of April, 2019.

Constituency: DUBLIN

Returning Officer: Fergus J. Gallagher

Contact Details:Unit 17
Tolka Valley Business Park
Ballyboggan Road
Dublin 11
Telephone: 01-8306785
email: info@dublincountyreturningofficer.com

 

Constituency: MIDLANDS-NORTH-WEST

Returning Officer: Fintan J. Murphy

Contact Details:Courthouse
Castlebar
County Mayo
Telephone: 094-9043824
email: mayoreturningofficer@gmail.com

 

Constituency: SOUTH

Returning Officer: Martin A. Harvey

Contact Details:33, Washington Street,
Cork
Telephone: 021 4271787
Email: info@corkcityreturningofficer.com

Date: 28th April 2019

 

CONTACT US

Castlebar Court House, The Mall, Castlebar, Co Mayo, Ireland

0872733996

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