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David Stanton

Party: Fine Gael
Constituency: Cork East
Date of Birth: 15/02/1957

Fine Gael's David Stanton is seeking re-election for fourth term as a deputy for Cork East. Stanton was first elected in 1997 and was returned to Leinster House in both 2002 and 2007. Over the course of his thirteen years as a Dáil deputy, Stanton has been appointed as spokesperson on a range of issues (Disability; Dail Reform; Equality and Social and Family Affairs; and Labour Affairs, Consumer Rights and Trade). He is currently the party's spokesperson on Defence.

  • Improved local infrastructure
  • Second level and primary school places
  • Better access to health supports for older people and people with disabilities
  • Clean-up of Haulbowline


Did you know?

Prior to his election to the Dáil, Stanton worked as a woodwork and technical drawing teacher and a career guidance counsellor in St. Colman’s Community College, Midleton. Vote
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