Philip Dwyer is a property manager from Tallaght. He is a first-time Dáil candidate for the National Party. Philip is a father of three, has been involved in business management professionally, and was involved with the GAA for many years. He is deeply committed to promoting Irish culture and heritage.
Serina Irvine is a mother of four from Ballyfermot. She is a first-time Dáil candidate for the National Party. Serina has been heavily involved in community activism, such as volunteering for the homeless and campaigning for a Gaelscoil in Ballyfermot. She is deeply committed to mental health issues
Paul McWeeney is a carpenter from Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim. He is a first-time Dáil candidate for the National Party. He is a returned emigrant, having spent 10 years in Australia. Paul is recently married and is deeply concerned with the plight of young working families being unable to afford a home.
Rebecca Barrett is a mother of 3 young boys and a primary school teacher from Limerick City. She is a first-time Dáil candidate for the National Party. She was the main coordinator of our Abortion Never Campaign and is committed to restoring the legal right to life of the unborn child. Children, education, and the family, are her main priorities.
Eileen Gunning is a nurse from Greystones, Co. Wicklow and a first-time Dáil candidate for the National Party. She has worked overseas and has experience in pro-life campaigning. She is opposed to the conversion of Wicklow’s only hotel, The Grand Hotel, into a Direct Provision Centre.
John Daly is a truck driver from Ballyfin, Co. Laois. He is a first-time Dáil candidate for the National Party. John has experience in pro-life campaigning. He has seen firsthand the devastating effects of rural crime and is committed to a strong law and order policy which protects rural Ireland. John enjoys Irish traditional music and supports the promotion of our cultural heritage.
Cristín Ní Mhaoldhomhnaigh
Cristín Ní Mhaoldhomhnaigh is a teacher from Ballyneety, Co. Limerick. She is a first-time Dáil candidate for the National Party. Cristín has experience in political activism but feels now that she must put herself forward as a candidate due to the anti-Irish policies of the establishment parties and to offer the people a real patriotic alternative.
Stephen Redmond is a bus driver from Finglas. He is a first-time Dáil candidate for the National Party. Stephen has lived in Finglas all his life and has two young children and another baby due in March. He was involved in protesting the household charge and water charges and is very committed to issues of justice and tackling corruption.