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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, topping the poll. He has served as Chairperson of the Bray Municipal District and was a member of Bray Town Council from 2004-2009.

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. He has been a Sinn Féin activist for over 20 years and was elected to the Dáil in 2016.

A Child Maintenance Service For Ireland

JobPath Report

Unlocking Arklow's Potential

John is working with the Wicklow Sinn Féin Team

Arklow Municipal District

Cllr Mary McDonald: 0852251980 [email protected]

Bray Municipal District

Cllr Michael O’Connor: 0831298821 [email protected]

Greystones Municipal District

Cllr Nicola Lawless: 0861607686 [email protected]

Baltinglass Municipal District

Aidan Kinsella: 0870572700 [email protected]

Wicklow Municipal District

Muireann Dalton: 0860757051 [email protected]

The constituency offices are located in Bray and Arklow

1st Floor, 27 Main Street, Bray, Co. Wicklow
Tel: 01-276 2623
* Accessibility needs accommodated by request.

18a Upper Main Street, Arklow, Co. Wicklow
Tel: 0402-41853

Statements (324)

Government can avert Community Employment strike - John Brady TD16 April, 2019

Sinn Féin publishes end to JobPath policy document - John Brady TD4 April, 2019

Crushing cost of living is crippling working families – Brady & Quinlivan1 April, 2019

Sinn Féin Bill will halt planned increases in the pension age – John Brady TD27 March, 2019

Index-linking the State Pension to inflation will not ensure adequacy – Brady25 March, 2019

Minister threatening Jobseekers highlights need to review use of sanctions – Brady13 March, 2019

Minimum wage increases ‘not impacting on household income’ – Brady7 March, 2019

People being referred to JobPath for a third time ‘an absolute farce’ – Brady7 March, 2019

Minister Doherty needs to wake up to reality faced by lone parents – Brady5 March, 2019

‘Further startling revelations’ uncovered at Public Accounts Committee into KWETB accounts - John Brady TD21 February, 2019

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