Dublin (European Parliament Constituency)

Dublin (European Parliament Constituency)

Dublin is a constituency of the European Parliament in Ireland. It elects 3 Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) using the single transferable vote form of proportional representation (PR-STV).

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Dublin (European Parliament Constituency) - 1979 Election
... 1979 European Parliament election Dublin Party Candidate 1st Pref % Seat Count Labour Party John O'Connell 44,832 15.2 8 ... Fine Gael Richie Ryan 48,411 16.4 8 ... Labour Party Michael O'Leary 34,511 11.7 10 ... Fianna Fáil Síle de Valera 41,357 14.0 10 ... Fine Gael Nuala Fennell 26,951 9.1 Fianna Fáil Ruairí Brugha 21,758 7.4 Independent Seán Loftus 21,769 7.4 Fine Gael Maurice Manning 14,296 4.8 Fianna Fáil Michael Yeats 12,715 4.3 Sinn Féin (Workers' Party) Tomás Mac Giolla 11,915 4.0 Fianna Fáil Joe Fox 8,178 2.8 Labour Party Jane Dillon Byrne 7,807 2.6 Independent Kevin Clear 915 0.3 Electorate 618,454 Valid 295,415 Spoilt 8,653 (2.9%) Quota 59,084 Turnout 304,068 (49.2%). ...

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