Local Election Candidate for Bray East

A Bray native, Eamonn lives in the town with his wife Ileana, teenage daughter Eva and their two dogs, Scotty and Buddy. Eamonn was involved in the Repeal the 8th Referendum – and helped organise the successful Repeal Aid music event held in the Porter House Bray.

He is passionate in the areas of housing and homelessness, volunteering with Bray Area Rough Sleepers Support.

Previously Eamonn worked as a volunteer for Marino Clinic summer camps. Having a brother with a physical disability means Eamonn is keenly aware of the issues affecting those with disabilities in the area.

Eamon has a keen interest in local history and has also been involved in local amateur dramatics. His sporting interests include paddle boarding, soccer, tennis and jogging Eamonn’s political interests include social democracy, inequality, corruption, the housing crisis, disability issues and the environment.

Eamonn has worked in IT sales for the last 18 years.

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As a new candidate in #LE19 I knew I had to meet as many people as possible and introduce myself and my Ideas. So I set myself a really tough challenge. To personally knock on as many doors as possible in the #BrayEast constituancy and talk to and listen to as many people as I could. It wasn't easy and I had to balance it with a full time job but I did it. I walked every inch and knocked the vast majority of doors. I would like to thank my wife and daughter for being so understanding through all this and everyone else who helped me along the way. So the last thing I would like to do is plead with you to go out and vote this Friday and to vote number 1 for me Eamonn Moran. Thanks for your time. ... See MoreSee Less

We had an absolutely brilliant canvass on a beautiful morning in the train station in Bray. Thanks so much to Róisín Shortall Cllr. Jennifer Whitmore, Greystones Municipal District David Clancy Padraic's Boccia @sinead laffan my wonderful wife @ileana Moran and last but not least Gail, Padraics dog. ... See MoreSee Less

We had an absolutely brilliant canvass on a beautiful morning in the train station in Bray. Thanks so much to Róisín Shortall Cllr. Jennifer Whitmore, Local Election Candidate for Greystones David Clancy Padraics Boccia @sinead laffan my wonderful wife @ileana Moran and last but not least Gail, Padraics dog.

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Fantastic

Nice one Eamonn! If I was in Bray easy you’d have my number 1. Best of luck

I’d say Gail smashed it

Best of Luck Eamonn

Best of luck Eamonn - politics needs more people with your commitment to fairness and community. All the best.

loads of positivity for you this morning Eamonn Moran Social Democrats for Bray East - great to see! J

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I attended an excellent event organised by Michelle Rogers and @Brayareaparnership a couple of weeks ago. One very important issue was presented by Cora Stephen and Isabelle. They are young students attending Sunbeam House Services in the Southern Cross Business Park just off the Boghall road. They were visibly upset by the danger that their classmates in wheelchairs had in accessing the premises. I decided to ask my brother to take a closer look and we made this short video to show the obvious dangers. Sorry about my voice (I have a bad cold). @braypeople Bray 'Autism Friendly Town' Team @Irishwheelchairassociation @braytown Bray Open Forum Enable Ireland @actionondisability wicklownews.net ... See MoreSee Less

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Well done to both

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