Friday, February 25, 2011

Ireland final list of pro life candidates

 This is the most recent list of pro-life candidates based on names published on various websites.
We are conscious that there are more pro-lifers in the main parties whose names have not been included and we therefore recommend that before voting you check out your candidates views on the issue

Cork North Central : Harry Rea
Meath West : Manus Mac Meanmain
Dublin Central : Paul O'Loughlin
Dublin South : Jane Murphy
Dun Laoghaire : Daire FitzGerald
Limerick City : Conor O'Donoghue
Dublin South-Central : Colm Callanan
Dublin North West : Micheal Larkin

Waterford : Declan Waters
Mayo : Martin Daly
Kerry : Mary Fitzgibbons
Dublin North Central : Paul Clarke
Dublin South : Gerard P. Dolan
Dun Laoghaire : Mark Coleman
Wicklow : Charlie Keddy
Donegal South West : Stephen McCahill
Donegal South West : Ann Sweeney
Dublin Central : Thomas Hollywood

 Micheal Healy-Rae Independent, Kerry South
Richard Behal  Independent Kerry South
 John McGuirk, Independent, Cavan Monaghan
 Gabriel McSharry, Independent, Sligo/North Leitrim
 Gerard P. Dolan, Independent, Dublin South
Kevin 'Boxer 'Moran, Longford/Westmeath, Independent,
 Christy Burke, Independent, Dublin Central
James Breen, Independent - Clare
Dave McInerney, Independent, Cork South West,
 Billy Clancy, Independent, Tipperary North
 Michael O'Sullivan, Independent, Cork South West
Thomas Clare, Independent, Louth
 John Bracken, Independent, Laois Offaly
Ryan Stewart, Independent, Donegal North East
Michael Kilcoyne, Independent, Mayo,

Peter Burke, FG, Longford/Westmeath
James Bannon, FG, Longford/Westmeath
Rose Conway Walsh, Sinn Féin, Mayo
Peter Mathews, FG, Dublin South
Dara Calleary, FF, Mayo
Simon Coveney, FG, Cork South Central in correspondence
Seán Barrett TD, Fine Gael, Dun Laoghaire
Pat O'Driscoll, Fine Gael, Cork East
Darragh O'Brien, Fianna Fail, Dublin North
Micheal Mulcahy, Fianna Fáil, Dublin South Central
Mary Fitzpatrick, Fianna Fáil, Dublin Central
Mary Hannafin Dun Laoghaire Rathdown
Thomas Byrne, Fianna Fail, Meath East
Peter Kelly, Fianna Fail, Longford Westmeath
Noel Harrington, FG, Cork South West in correspondence with constituent
Hildegarde Naughton, Fine Gael, Galway West
Lucinda Creighton, FG, Dublin South East in correspondance with constituent
Michael Kennedy, Fianna Fáil, Dublin North
 Seán Haughey, Fianna Fail, Dublin North Central
 Cáit Keane, Fine Gael, Dublin South West.
Kieran O'Donnell, Fine Gael, Limerick City.  
William (Bill) O Donnell Limerick
Tom McHugh, FG, Galway East.
Billy Timmins, FG, Wicklow.
JP Phelan, FG, Carlow/Kilkenny
Marcella Corcoran Kennedy, FG, Laois/Offaly
 Sean Fleming, FF, Laois/Offaly

The LABOUR position is quite clear in that it WILL LEGISLATE for abortion

"In relation to Abortion our position is that Labour in Government will legislate in accordance with the Supreme Court judgement in the X case, arising from the Irish peoples decisions in a number of Constitutional Referenda. We do not support the introduction of Abortion on demand. Legislating in accordance with the X Case is now an obligation on any incoming Government, no matter which parties make it up, as a consequence of the recent decision of the European Court of Human Rights. Labour will also legislate to regulate stem cell research, with regard to the recommendations of the Irish Council for Bioethics." Eamon Gilmore, Labour Party, Dun Laoghaire