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John Brady - Spokesperson on Social Protection

John Brady was a member of Wicklow County Council, having being first elected in 2009 and re-elected in 2014. He has served as Chairperson of the Bray Municipal District and was a member of Bray Town Council from 2004-2009. John is your candidate for the next general election in the Wicklow constituency.

John is married to Gayle and they live in Bray with their 5 children. He is currently actively involved in many community and sporting organisations across the constituency.

John has built up a reputation of being a tireless and committed public representative who has been to the fore in attempting to bring about transparency and accountability in politics.

1st Floor, 27 Main Street, Bray, Co. Wicklow
Tel: 01-276 2623
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18a Upper Main Street, Arklow, Co. Wicklow
Tel: 0402-41853

Statements (193)

Full investigation needed after heart attack sufferer turned away by hospital – John Brady TD23 August, 2017

Minister Doherty must clarify Government intentions behind Public Services Card - John Brady TD23 August, 2017

Daft.ie report highlights government abject failure to tackle crisis – John Brady TD22 August, 2017

Public Meeting in Greystones calling for a GP Out-of-Hours service for North Wicklow – Brady17 August, 2017

Waiting times for Domiciliary Care Allowance ‘getting worse’– John Brady TD11 August, 2017

Brady warns of ‘privatisation agenda’ behind changes to operation of bus routes in Wicklow11 August, 2017

John Brady TD voices ‘absolute opposition’ to Bray Wanderers plans for Carlisle Grounds28 July, 2017

Brady welcomes progress on works to alleviate serious potential environmental damage at former Bray landfill27 July, 2017

Government must increase Back to School clothing and footwear allowance – Brady25 July, 2017

Fuel allowance lump sum announcement welcomed by John Brady TD21 July, 2017

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