Willie O'Dea TD Peter Power TD Fine Gael
Michael Noonan TD Kieran O'Donnell TD Labour
Jan O'Sullivan TD Cllr Joe Leddin Sinn Fein
Cllr Maurice Quinlivan Green Party
Sheila Cahill Christian Solidarity
Conor O'Donoghue INDEPENDENT
Kevin Kiely Matt Larkin Conor O'Donoghue Cian Prendiville Denis Riordan
Last time out
- Willie O'Dea topped the poll with one of the highest first preference votes in the country -- 19,092, over twice the quota of 8,230. Mr O'Dea also had almost 12,000 first preferences over nearest rival Michael Noonan.
- The Progressive Democrat's Tim O'Malley lost his seat as the PDs were wiped out. At the 2002 General Election, Mr O'Malley won the seat vacated by his cousin and party founder, Des O'Malley.