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Born and raised in the Parish of Tullylish, near Banbridge, John O’Dowd lives in Upper Bann with his wife and three young children.

He has been a member of Sinn Féin for almost 30 years and has been an elected representative for 19 years.

John has been education minister for the last five years and also served as acting deputy First Minister for a time.

Statements (387)

‘Denial of rights preventing power-sharing return’ – O’Dowd3 November, 2017

Almac Athlone Purchase Deeply Worrying - O'Dowd2 November, 2017

‘UUP now an anti-Agreement party’ - O'Dowd21 October, 2017

O’Dowd expresses sympathies to Tindale family5 October, 2017

O'Dowd condemns Banbridge racist attacks5 October, 2017

Special status within the EU the only safeguard – O'Dowd4 October, 2017

‘DUP need to make up their minds’ – O’Dowd18 September, 2017

Agreements need to be implemented if Executive is to be restored - O'Dowd17 September, 2017

DUP abandon rights protections in repeal bill vote - O'Dowd12 September, 2017

British government has scant regard for people of the north – O’Dowd9 September, 2017

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