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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.

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O'Dowd discusses EU referendum impact with Irish America7 September, 2016

Brexit legal challenge to protect rights of majority who voted remain - O'Dowd5 September, 2016

British government must recognise North's remain vote - O'Dowd31 August, 2016

Brokenshire needs to look no further than Remain vote – O’Dowd16 August, 2016

Potential loss of EU funding would hit universities hard - O'Dowd15 August, 2016

O’Dowd concerned about impact of Brexit on universities10 August, 2016

Villiers' input will not be missed - O'Dowd14 July, 2016

Burning of posters and flags unacceptable - O'Dowd11 July, 2016

All political parties need to work together constructively on Europe - O'Dowd3 July, 2016

Sinn Féin to host public meetings on EU referendum1 July, 2016

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