North Antrim

North Antrim can refer to:

  • The northern part of County Antrim
  • North Antrim (Assembly constituency)
  • North Antrim (Northern Ireland Parliament constituency)
  • North Antrim (UK Parliament constituency)

Other articles related to "north antrim, antrim":

Joe Gaston
... was elected at the Northern Ireland Assembly election, 1982 in North Antrim ... At the 1992 general election, Gaston contested Ian Paisley's North Antrim seat, taking second place with 18.1% of the votes cast ... In 1996, he was elected to the Northern Ireland Forum, again in North Antrim, and served his final term as Mayor of Ballymoney ...
Phelim O'Neill, 2nd Baron Rathcavan
... was elected to Westminster for the Ulster Unionist Party at the North Antrim by-election, 1952, succeeding his father. 1958, he was elected, again to represent North Antrim ... In 1958, he was appointed High Sheriff of Antrim ...
North Antrim (UK Parliament Constituency) - Elections - Elections in The 1880s
... North Antrim by-election, 1887 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Irish Unionist Charles Edward Lewis 3,858 56.7 -13.2 Liberal Samuel Craig McElroy 2,526 37.1 +7.00 Independent Unionist William Acheson ...
Robert Coulter
... He is an Ulster Unionist Party MLA for North Antrim ... He was elected to represent the constituency of North Antrim in the Northern Ireland Forum for Political Dialogue (1996–1998) Coulter did not put his name ...

Famous quotes containing the words antrim and/or north:

    Between flattery and admiration there often flows a river of contempt.
    —Minna Antrim (1861–?)

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