Eamon Ryan TD
Candidate for Dublin Bay South
Green Party Leader and TD for Dublin Bay South
Eamon has spent the last twenty years working at the highest policy level in local government, the Dáil, the Council of Ministers, and more recently in some of the most influential organisations in the world.
Catherine Martin TD
Candidate for Dublin Rathdown
Deputy Leader and TD for Dublin Rathdown
Catherine represents the constituency of Dublin Rathdown. As Green Party Education Spokesperson, she is committed to equality of access and opportunity in education.
Cllr. Roderic O’Gorman
Candidate for Dublin West
Green Party Chairperson/Cathaoirleach and Councillor for Castleknock, Fingal County Council
Roderic is a law lecturer in the School of Law and Government in DCU. He is committed to improved education, public transport provision and proper planning.
Cllr. Ossian Smyth
Candidate for Dun Laoghaire
Dún Laoghaire, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council
Ossian is a Technical Consultant in Saint Vincent’s Hospital. He volunteers as a CoderDojo mentor and is adviser to the European Parliament Green Energy Experts group.
Cllr. Francis Duffy
Candidate for Dublin South-West
Rathfarnham, South Dublin County Council
Francis is a lecturer in the Dublin School of Architecture, DIT. He is also an artist and coach of his local GAA club.
Cllr. Malcolm Noonan
Candidate for Carlow-Kilkenny
Kilkenny City-West, Kilkenny County Council
Malcolm has been a Green Party Kilkenny Borough & County Councillor for over 10 years and is a former Mayor of Kilkenny.
Cllr. Mark Dearey
Candidate for Louth
Dundalk-Carlingford, Louth County Council
Mark was the first Green Party Councillor to be elected in Louth in 2004, he was re-elected in 2009. He was appointed to Seanad Eireann in February 2010.
Cllr. Steven Matthews
Candidate for Wicklow
Bray, Wicklow County Council
Steven has been an electrician at Irish Rail for 25 years. He holds a BSc in Planning & Environmental Management from DIT.
Candidate for Cork North West
Cormac is campaigning for practical, local measures to will help the people of Cork North-West live better, more sustainable lives. In particular, Cormac is fighting for better public services and an end to higher public transport costs in the region.
Candidate for Dublin Fingal
Joe is campaigning to provide better public transport in Fingal and to bring further transparency to politics.
Candidate for Dublin North-West
Caroline is a passionate campaigner on youth and children's issues and committed to tackling childhood obesity
Candidate for Meath West
Séamus McMenamin is a family doctor who opposes cuts to health services in Meath and Westmeath.
Seán Ó Buachalla
Candidate for Meath East
Seán is a translator from Dunboyne who has been a community and Irish language activist in Meath for nearly ten years.
Candidate for Cork South Central
Lorna is a 24 year-old advocate for women's issues including reproductive rights. She is also calling for an end to direct provision and measures to deal with flooding in Cork.
Candidate for Cork North Central
Oliver is the founder of the Second Republic movement for political reform and is one of Ireland's leading civil society campaigners.
Candidate for Mayo
Margaret is an anti-fracking campaigner who also works to improve rural services, and for the rights of people with special needs, asylum seekers and refugees.
Candidate for Tipperary
Gearóid will fight to make Tipperary Ireland’s most energy independent county by 2030 and will support community ownership of solar, wind & other renewables.
Candidate for Wexford
Ann will campaign for healthcare and mental healthcare system in Wexford that is fit for purpose and puts prevention at the forefront of all initiatives.
Candidate for Waterford
Grace is an environmental education specialist, ecologist, former Rainbow Warrior activist and former Irish surf champion.