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EU election results 2004

14 June, 2004


Dublin

Quota - 84,380

Electorate - 821,723

Seats - 4

Sinn Féin - 14.32%

Mitchell, Gay (FG) 90, 749 (elected)

Ryan, Eoin (FF) 61, 681 (elected)

McDonald, Mary Lou (SF) 60,895 (elected)

de Rossa, Proinsias (Lab) 54, 344 (elected)

Bacik, Ivana(Lab) 40,707

McKenna, Patricia (GP) 40,445

Brady, Royston (FF) 36,269

Higgins, Joe (SP) 23, 218

Despart, Barry (CSP) 5,352

Price, Brendan(Ind) 4,813

Doonan, Paul (Ind) 1,853

Prenderville, T (Ind) 2,071

North West

Seats - 3

Electorate 688,804

Quota 105,356

Sinn Féin 15.5%

Harkin, Marian (Ind) 66,664 (elected)

Doherty, Pearse (SF) 65,321

O Neachtain, Sean (FF) 62,085 (elected)

Higgins, Jim (FG) 59,396 (elected)

Scallon, Dana (Ind) 56,992

McDaid, Jim (FF) 52,139

Taylor Quinn, M (FG) 41,570

Baxtor, Hugh (Lab) 13,948

Hainsworth, Marie (Ind) 3,308

South

Seats - 3

Electorate - 802, 359

Quota - 121,068

Sinn Féin - 6.74%

Crowley, Brian (FF) 125,539 (elected)

Coveney, Simon (FG) 118,937 (elected)

Sinnott, Kathy (Ind) 89,127 (elected)

Collins, Gerard (FF) 73,131

Cullinane, David (SF) 32,643

Ryan, Brendan (Lab) 19,975

O'Leary, Chris (Green) 10,896

Hannan, Gerard (Ind) 6,394

Moynihan, Lily (Ind) 5,831

O'Connor Anthony (Ind) 1,797

East

Seats - 3

Electorate - 471,895

Quota - 113,295

Sinn Féin 8.68%

McGuinness, Mairead (FG) 114,249 (elected)

Doyle, Avril (FG) 69, 511

Alyward, Liam (FF) 68,206 (elected)

Cassells, Pater (Lab) 59,158

Kirk, Seamus (FF) 45,454

Dwyer, John (SF) 39,356

White, Mary (Green) 25,576

Barrett, Justin (Ind) 10,997

Reid, Clifford T (Ind) 10,692

Ó Gógáin, Liam (Ind) 3,407

Ó Coistín, Seanán (Ind) 3,310

Dubsky, Eoin (Ind) 1,995

Neal, Joe (Ind) 1,487

Six Counties

Quota: 137,320

Electorate 1,191363

Seats - 3

Allister, Jim (DUP) 175,761 (elected)

De Brun, Bairbre (SF) 144,541 (elected)

Gilliland, J (Ind) 36,230

McCann, Eamon (SEA) 9,172

Morgan, Martin (SDLP) 87,559

Nicholson, Jim (UUP) 91,164

Whitcroft, Lindsey (Greens) 4,810

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