Darragh pictured outside the Dail with a Group from Prosper Fingal
You are very welcome to my website
It is indeed an honour to represent the people of Dublin North in the Oireachtas. I was first elected as a TD to Dáil Éireann in 2007 and I was one of the youngest elected members of the house. In March 2011 I was appointed to Seanad Éireann, and held my seat in the elections of that year. I have the privilege of being the leader of the opposition in the Seanad. I believe I bring a great amount of enthusiasm with a good hard work ethic and my 15 years of experience in the Financial Services sector have given me a sound background in dealing with my daily activities in the Leinster House.
I want my website to be as interactive and informative as possible. I have links to my Facebook page and my Twitter account as I try to keep in contact with most people using the various social media outlets. I welcome any feedback you might have and look forward to hearing from you about anything that you might have on your mind.
You can meet with me or talk to me through my office in Leinster house, Kildare St, Dublin 2. Alternatively you can ring me at 01-6183802.
Thanks for taking the time for visiting my Website. I hope it has helped you in some small way.
I look forward to hearing from you.
My Local Work
Here is some of the local issues I have been working on recently
The cuts in education proposed by the Government relating to smaller schools is not only a rural issue
Keep Garda Stations Open
Ensuring the Metro go-ahead
Permanent School Building for Holywell Educate Together in Swords
O’Brien addresses Chamber of Commerce
Rebuild and extension go-ahead for St. Oliver Plunketts NS, Malahide
Headshops close in Fingal Towns
FF condemns unilateral decision on Dublin ambulance service
Dubliner’s car taxes being used to prop up Irish Water – FF
Fianna Fáil proposes legislation to avoid Property Tax timebomb
O’Brien meets Airport pension scheme members at Dáil protest
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