Thomas Gould (SF) Cork North Central: A Sinn Féin member of Cork City Council since 2014.
He has two daughters and he is a proud member of St Vincent's GAA club.
Paul Donnelly (SF) Dublin West
Donnelly gained a seat at the sixth time of asking having first run in a by-election in 1998. The father of four from Consilla is an outreach worker and coaches at GAA club St Peregrine's.
Ruairi Ó Murchú (SF) Louth
The father of two and step-father of one was elected on the first count on his first campaign. A county councillor, he takes up the seat previously held by party president Gerry Adams.
Rose Conway Walsh (SF) Mayo
Conway Walsh becomes the first Sinn Féin TD from Mayo since 1927. She is from a rural part of the county and was first elected to Mayo County Council in 2009.
Darren O'Rourke (SF) Meath-East
O'Rourke (39) worked as a policy adviser to longtime TD Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin. In 2014 he was elected to Meath County Council. His wife Maria Uí Ruairc is an ex-Sinn Féin councillor. They have a son Art (2).
Johnny Guirke (SF) Meath West
Guirke, from Oldcastle, has been a member of Meath County Council since 2014. The father of four worked in construction in the US for 18 years.
Johnny Mythen (SF) Wexford
Mythen completed a remarkable turnaround in Wexford just nine months after losing his council seat. He is the first Sinn Féin TD returned in Wexford for 102 years. Mythen, an ex-ESB technician lost out to FG's Paul Kehoe in 2016 by 31 votes.
Violet Anne-Wynne (SF) Clare
A mother of five young children, Wynne joined Sinn Féin in 2012. The Co Offaly native moved to west Clare in 2011 as part of the Rural Resettlement Ireland initiative.
Matt Carthy (SF) Cavan Monaghan
Carrickmacross-native Carthy (42) served as an MEP for Midlands North-West from 2014. He and wife Lynn have five children.
Pauline Tully (SF) Cavan Monaghan
Maths and history teacher Tully (49) served as a Cavan County Councillor from 1999 to 2012. She has two children.
Mairead Farrell (SF) Galway West
Farrell (30) from Mervue became the first Sinn Féin elected representative in Galway since 1922. Farrell served in Galway City Council between 2014 and 2019. She works in the financial sector.
Réada Cronin (SF) Kildare North
The mother of four (55) was the first ever Sinn Féin female candidate on Kildare County Council in 2014, before she lost it last May. As a community activist, she helped set up Maynooth First Responders two years ago.
Pa Daly (SF) Kerry
The father of four is from Tralee and set up his own solicitor's practice in the town. He is married to Mary. Daly was a founding member of Tralee Right to Water.
Patricia Ryan (SF) Kildare South
Ryan (56) is a former shop steward and she represented the workers in Tyna Knitwear where she worked for 15 years. She is married to Michael, and has two sons.
Sorca Clarke (SF) Longford- Westmeath
Clarke lost her Westmeath County Council seat last year. The mother of four (41) is from Artane but moved to Mullingar with her husband.
Claire Kerrane (SF) Roscommon Galway Secondary school teacher Kerrane (27) is from Castlerea and she has worked in Leinster House as a political adviser for the past four years. She is a member of the National Women's Council of Ireland.
Martin Browne (SF) Tipperary
Browne (54),a father of four, is a lifelong party activist. He was a defeated candidate in last May's local elections.
Jennifer Murnane O'Connor (FF) Carlow Kilkenny
The 53-year-old has been a local councillor for more than two decades and also served as a senator for three years.
Cathal Crowe (FF) Clare Father-of-three Crowe has been a member of Clare County Council since 2004 when he was elected as a 21-year-old. He is currently Mayor of Clare.
James O'Connor (FF) Cork East
He is the third youngest Fianna Fáíl TD ever elected at 22. He won a seat on Cork County Council last May.
Christopher O'Sullivan (FF) Cork South West
Mayor of County Cork O'Sullivan (37) is the son of former Fianna Fáil TD Christy O'Sullivan. He will be joined in the Dáíl by his girlfriend Holly Cairns (SD).
Paul McAuliffe (FF) Dublin North West
The father of two (43) has served as a councillor since 2009 and is the incumbent Lord Mayor of Dublin.
Cormac Devlin (FF) Dún Laoghaire
Devlin (39) was elected to Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council in 2004. He is married to Jennifer Allen and is a father of three hildren.
Joe Flaherty (FF) Waterford
Newly elected TD for Fianna Fáil. Joe Flaherty, a father-of-three daughters, from Longford Town, is a graduate of the University of Arts, London. Flaherty topped the poll in the local elections last year.
Neale Richmond (FG) Dublin Rathdown
Richmond (36) is from Ballinteer and is married to wife Babs Richmond and has a two-year-old child. He was educated at Wesley College in Ballinteer, Dublin, and UCD and has been a senator since 2016.
Jennifer Carroll MacNeill (FG) Dún Laoghaire
The 39-year-old is a barrister and is married to former Ireland international rugby player Hugo MacNeill. She was drafted in to replace Maria Bailey.
Emer Higgins (FG) Dublin Mid West
Higgins (34) has been involved in politics from an early age. She has been a councillor for Clondalkin since 2014.
Alan Dillon (FG) Mayo
The former Mayo GAA star won a seat at his first attempt. Dillon retained the seat previously held by former Taoiseach Enda Kenny.
Colm Burke (FG) Cork North Central
The veteran politician finally made the breakthrough having previously been defeated in four general elections and by-elections since 1982. The Cork native (63) is married to Mary McCaffrey, a medical consultant based in Kerry. The couple live in Cork.
Ossian Smyth (Green Party) Dún Laoghaire
Ossian Smyth (48) lives in Dún Laoghaire with his wife and two children and was elected as a Green Party Councillor to Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, and served as Cathaoirleach of the council between 2018 and 2019. He works as a technical Project Manager in St Vincent's Hospital.
Roderic O'Gorman (Green Party) Dublin West
O'Gorman (38) lectures in the Brexit Institute and the School of Law and Government at Dublin City University. He has been a member of Fingal County Council since 2014. He lives in Blanchardstown with long-term partner Ray Healy.
Francis Noel Duffy (Green Party) Dublin South West
Duffy is married to Green Party Deputy Leader Catherine Martin. Councillor for Firhouse-Bohernabreena Duffy is an architect and a lecturer in the Dublin School of Architecture. The couple have three children together.
Malcolm Noonan (Green Party) Carlow Kilkenny
Former Director of Friends of the Earth Ireland Malcolm Noonan is a local councillor from Kilkenny City, who first contested the general election in 2016. He is married to Jenny and they have four children.
Neasa Hourigan (Green Party) Dublin Central
Hourigan was first elected to Dublin City Council last year. She comes from an architectural background and was a lecturer in sustainable design and materials at Queens University, Belfast. She is a mother of three and has been working as a full-time carer for her daughter Eidith (7).
Patrick Costello (Green Party) Dublin South Central
Social worker Patrick Costello is the party's spokesman on transport. The 39-year-old is the partner of party chair and councillor Hazel Chu, who he met while studying at UCD more than 15 years ago.
Brian Leddin (Green Party) Limerick City
Brian Leddin is the first-ever Limerick Green party TD. The 40-year old engineer lives with his partner Ester Redlichova, a native of the Czech Republic, in Limerick city. Leddin is a member of St Michael's Rowing Club in Limerick and is also a keen runner and cyclist.
Marc Ó Cathasaigh (Green Party) Waterford
The Green Party's first Waterford TD was only elected to the local council last May. Primary school teacher Ó Cathasaigh lives in Tramore. The Butlerstown native is married to Roisin O'Grady with who he has three young boys.
Gary Gannon (Social Democrats) Dublin Central
Gannon (32) narrowly missed out on a seat in Dublin Central in 2016. He was elected to Dublin City Council in 2014 and joined the Social Democrats in 2015.
Cian O'Callaghan (Social Democrats) Dublin Bay North
O'Callaghan quit the Labour Party in 2013. The UCD graduate (40) lives in Howth with his long term partner.
Holly Cairns (Social Democrats) Cork South West
Cairns and her boyfriend Cork County Mayor Christopher O'Sullivan (FF) finally took the last two seats in Cork South West. Cairns (31) grew up on a West Cork farm where she works in the family business, Brown Envelope Seeds, growing and selling organic seeds.
Jennifer Whitmore (Social Democrats) Wicklow
Whitmore has a science degree and a post-graduate qualification in environmental law. The 45-year-old was elected to Wicklow County Council as an Independent in 2014. She lives in Delgany with her husband and four children.
Dr Cathal Berry (Independent) Kildare South
Dr Cathal Berry (42) spent 23 years in the Defence Forces - reaching second-in-command in the Army Ranger Wing before qualifying as a medical doctor at the Royal College of Surgeons. He is married to Orla, and they have two young children.
Richard O'Donoghue (Independent) Limerick County
O'Donoghue (49) is married to Kay, and living in Ballingarry. A self-employed building contractor, he is a former Fianna Fáil councillor. He was unsuccessful as an Independent candidate in 2016.
Verona Murphy (Independent) Wexford
Independent Murphy ran for Fine Gael in last November's by-election in Wexford. Her comments on immigration caused controversy in the run up to that vote. Ms Murphy hails from New Ross and came to prominence as president of the Irish Road Haulage Association.
Matt Shanahan (Independent) Waterford
Shanahan (55) came to prominence in the campaign calling for round-the-clock cardiology service for heart attack patients at University Hospital Waterford. The marketing consultant has strong Fine Gael ties. Shanahan and wife Elaine have three children Robin (15), Tom (13) and Emma (11).
Duncan Smith (Labour) Dublin Fingal
Smith (36) joined the Labour Party in 2008 and served as the director of elections for former Fingal TD Brendan Ryan in 2011. He was first elected to Fingal County Council in June 2014. He is married to wife Lynsey and is father to George (1).