General Election Candidate for Dublin Central

Gary is a Dublin City Councillor for Cabra-Glasnevin. Gary is an activist, an organiser, an educator, an advocate for diverse communities throughout Dublin who believes that change is possible. He is party Spokesperson on Education Equality and Access.

Gary graduated from Trinity College in 2012 with an Honours degree in History & Political Science and remains a proud and committed Ambassador for the Trinity Access Programme.

Gary was elected in 2014 to represent the people of Dublin’s North Inner City at Dublin City Council. Prior to becoming a councillor, Gary worked as a Career Guidance Advocate for Early School Leavers in the North Inner City, and briefly trained to be a plumber.

Gary is a fundamental believer in educational equality and continues to be a committed campaigner for educational access regardless of a person’s socio-economic background.

Born in Dublin’s north inner city, Gary is a member of Dublin City Council’s Economic and Enterprise Development, Housing and Arts and Culture SPC’s.

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“Dublin needs is a voice who represents us in Europe. It is Dublin’s Time to Lead. Our journey from Dublin’s Docklands to the heart of Europe starts now.”

“Dublin needs is a voice who represents us in Europe. It is Dublin’s Time to Lead. Our journey from Dublin’s Docklands to the heart of Europe starts now.”

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“My Dublin is a European coastal city that has always been part of something bigger.

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‪Congrats to all of the incredible activists who have fought so hard for reproductive & marriage equality rights for our citizens in the North of Ireland. 💜 #equalmarriage #AbortionRights #IMarchToThatBeat www.irishtimes.com/news/politics/same-sex-marriage-coming-to-north-if-stormont-not-open-again-by-...... See MoreSee Less

‪Congrats to all of the incredible activists who have fought so hard for reproductive & marriage equality rights for our citizens in the North of Ireland. 💜 #equalmarriage #AbortionRights #IMarchToThatBeat https://www.irishtimes.com/news/politics/same-sex-marriage-coming-to-north-if-stormont-not-open-again-by-october-1.3951640‬

SVP’s Education Bursary opens in August, folks. I used this bursary myself while in college and I know it has a helped a lot of people along the way. ... See MoreSee Less

SVP’s Education Bursary opens in August, folks. I used this bursary myself while in college and I know it has a helped a lot of people along the way.

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Roisin O'Donohoe

Amy Michelle Collins

New Dublin Bus Route specifically for the Inner City. 💜 ... See MoreSee Less

New Dublin Bus Route specifically for the Inner City. 💜

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Great news , but it’s not a new service, back in the day there was the 53 ( East Wall ) the 53A & 53B both serving the ( North Wall ) before it became the IFSC / Docklands. Both 53A & B were discontinued by CIE many years ago. Amazing what a Facebook, Salesforce and the Financial Services companies can achieve. Definitely not reinstated for the residents or local community.

One of your poster's was still up near the point on Wednesday just giving you a heads up sorry you did not make it to Europe this time congratulations on been re-elected to the council 😀😁

Gillian O Driscoll

Delia Hanney

‪Irish politics can be bizarre. For the past two weeks, we have been vilified by the people who have been calling for this for 5 years, for having the audacity to sit in a room and actually get it achieved. Well done is better than well said. ‬ ... See MoreSee Less

‪Irish politics can be bizarre. For the past two weeks, we have been vilified by the people who have been calling for this for 5 years, for having the audacity to sit in a room and actually get it achieved. Well done is better than well said. ‬

‪Irish politics can be bizarre. For the past two weeks, we have been vilified by the people who have been calling for this for 5 years, for having the audacity to sit in a room and actually get it achieved. Well done is better than well said. ‬ ... See MoreSee Less

‪Irish politics can be bizarre. For the past two weeks, we have been vilified by the people who have been calling for this for 5 years, for having the audacity to sit in a room and actually get it achieved. Well done is better than well said. ‬
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Reminder of what people are calling the “radical, extreme-left agenda”:

✅ Medicare for All
✅ A Living Wage & Labor Rights
✅ K-16 schooling, aka Public Colleges
✅ 100% Renewable Energy
✅ Fixing the pipes in Flint
✅ Not Hurting Immigrants
✅ Holding Wall Street Accountable

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