Dublin South-East (Dáil constituency)

Dublin South-East was a parliamentary constituency represented in Dáil Éireann, the lower house of the Irish parliament or Oireachtas, from 1948 to 2016. The method of election was the single transferable vote form of proportional representation (PR-STV).

Dublin South-East
Former Dáil Éireann
Parliamentary Constituency
Outline map
Location of Dublin South-East within County Dublin
Former constituency
Created1948
Abolished2016
Seats3 (1948–1977)
4 (1977–2016)
City councilDublin City

History and boundariesEdit

The constituency was created under the Electoral (Amendment) Act 1947 and first used at the 1948 general election. It includes areas such as Ballsbridge, Donnybrook, Harolds Cross, Sandymount, Ranelagh, Rathmines, Ringsend and the central business district of the city (including Trinity College, Dublin and St Stephen's Green).[1]

The Electoral (Amendment) Act 2009 defined the constituency as:[1]

"In the city of Dublin the electoral divisions of:
Mansion House A, Mansion House B, Pembroke East A, Pembroke East B, Pembroke East C, Pembroke East D, Pembroke East E, Pembroke West A, Pembroke West B, Pembroke West C, Rathfarnham, Rathmines East A, Rathmines East B, Rathmines East C, Rathmines East D, Rathmines West A, Rathmines West B, Rathmines West C, Rathmines West D, Rathmines West E, Rathmines West F, Royal Exchange A, Royal Exchange B, St. Kevin's, South Dock, Wood Quay A, Wood Quay B."

It was superseded by Dublin Bay South at the 2016 general election.

Constituency profileEdit

By geographical area, Dublin South-East was the smallest constituency in the country. It had a diverse socio-economic profile and a large transient population which is reflected in the turnout: the constituency had one of the lowest turnouts in the country in 2007 and 2011.[2][3]

Notable Dublin South-East TDs include former Taoisigh John A. Costello and Garret FitzGerald, the former leader of the Progressive Democrats Michael McDowell, maverick left-wing politician Noël Browne and former Minister of Education Ruairi Quinn (who has the distinction of being its longest-serving, first elected in 1977 and continuously elected since February 1982). The former President of Ireland, Mary McAleese, unsuccessfully contested the constituency for Fianna Fáil in 1987.

The 'Rumble in Ranelagh' is a term used by Irish journalists to describe an open argument that took place between candidates Michael McDowell and John Gormley in Ranelagh, while canvassing in the 2007 general election. Gormley twice defeated McDowell to take the last seat, in 1997 and again in 2007, both times by relatively small margins. The 1997 result led to a mammoth recount, the longest in Irish political history, before McDowell conceded defeat.

TDsEdit

Teachtaí Dála (TDs) for Dublin South-East 1948–2016[4]
Key to parties
Dáil Election Deputy
(Party)
Deputy
(Party)
Deputy
(Party)
Deputy
(Party)
13th 1948[5] John A. Costello
(FG)
Seán MacEntee
(FF)
Noël Browne
(CnaP)
3 seats
1948–1977
14th 1951[6] Noël Browne
(Ind)
15th 1954[7] John O'Donovan
(FG)
16th 1957[8] Noël Browne
(Ind)
17th 1961[9] Noël Browne
(NPD)
18th 1965[10] Seán Moore
(FF)
19th 1969[11] Garret FitzGerald
(FG)
Noël Browne
(Lab)
20th 1973[12] Fergus O'Brien
(FG)
21st 1977[13] Ruairi Quinn
(Lab)
22nd 1981[14] Gerard Brady
(FF)
Richie Ryan
(FG)
23rd 1982 (Feb)[15] Ruairi Quinn
(Lab)
Alexis FitzGerald Jnr
(FG)
24th 1982 (Nov)[16] Joe Doyle
(FG)
25th 1987[17] Michael McDowell
(PD)
26th 1989[18] Joe Doyle
(FG)
27th 1992[19] Frances Fitzgerald
(FG)
Eoin Ryan Jnr
(FF)
Michael McDowell
(PD)
28th 1997[20] John Gormley
(GP)
29th 2002[21] Michael McDowell
(PD)
30th 2007[22] Lucinda Creighton
(FG)
Chris Andrews
(FF)
31st 2011[23] Eoghan Murphy
(FG)
Kevin Humphreys
(Lab)
32nd 2016 Constituency abolished. See Dublin Bay South.

Note: The columns in this table are used only for presentational purposes, and no significance should be attached to the order of columns. For details of the order in which seats were won at each election, see the detailed results of that election.

ElectionsEdit

2011 general electionEdit

2011 general election: Dublin South-East[23]
Party Candidate FPv% Count 1 Count 2 Count 3 Count 4 Count 5 Count 6 Count 7 Count 8 Count 9 Count 10
Fine Gael Lucinda Creighton 19.0 6,619 6,694 6,801 6,855 6,969 7,428        
Fine Gael Eoghan Murphy 16.6 5,783 5,843 5,891 5,938 6,136 6,534 6,636 6,915 8,356  
Labour Party Ruairi Quinn 15.5 5,407 5,562 5,800 6,147 6,600 7,555        
Fianna Fáil Chris Andrews 11.2 3,922 3,981 4,059 4,160 4,248 4,498 4,545 4,594 4,950 5,193
Labour Party Kevin Humphreys 9.9 3,450 3,568 3,764 4,059 4,294 4,674 5,019 5,057 5,894 6,421
Green Party John Gormley 6.8 2,370 2,435 2,547 2,659 2,908          
Independent Paul Sommerville 6.7 2,343 2,492 2,621 2,815 3,196 3,457 3,534 3,566    
Independent Dylan Haskins 4.0 1,383 1,492 1,754 1,928            
Sinn Féin Ruadhán Mac Aodháin 3.6 1,272 1,405 1,549              
Independent Gerard Mannix Flynn 3.6 1,248 1,403                
People Before Profit Annette Mooney[24] 1.8 629                  
Independent Hugh Sheehy 0.6 195                  
Independent James Coyle 0.5 164                  
Independent Noel Watson 0.3 89                  
Independent John Keigher 0.1 27                  
Fís Nua Peadar Ó Ceallaigh 0.1 18                  
Electorate: 58,217   Valid: 34,919   Spoilt: 327 (0.9%)   Quota: 6,984   Turnout: 35,246 (60.5%)

2007 general electionEdit

2007 general election: Dublin South-East[22]
Party Candidate FPv% Count 1 Count 2 Count 3 Count 4 Count 5
Fianna Fáil Chris Andrews 19.5 6,600 6,766 7,120    
Fine Gael Lucinda Creighton 18.6 6,311 6,477 6,595 6,619 6,925
Labour Party Ruairi Quinn 16.6 5,636 5,947 6,252 6,303 6,861
Green Party John Gormley 13.8 4,685 5,105 5,716 5,796 6,395
Progressive Democrats Michael McDowell 13.2 4,450 4,566 4,601 4,614 6,091
Fianna Fáil Jim O'Callaghan 9.2 3,120 3,198 3,310 3,450  
Sinn Féin Daithí Doolan 4.7 1,599 1,716      
Independent Esther Uzell 1.8 603        
People Before Profit Rory Hearne 1.8 591        
Independent Eoin Tierney 0.3 102        
Independent Noel Ivory 0.3 84        
Independent Peter O'Sullivan 0.1 34        
Independent Noel O'Gara 0.1 27        
Electorate: 63,468   Valid: 33,842   Spoilt: 292 (0.9%)   Quota: 6,769   Turnout: 34,134 (53.8%)

2002 general electionEdit

2002 general election: Dublin South-East[21]
Party Candidate FPv% Count 1 Count 2 Count 3 Count 4 Count 5 Count 6
Progressive Democrats Michael McDowell 18.8 6,093 6,121 6,418 6,509    
Fianna Fáil Eoin Ryan 16.4 5,318 5,372 5,408 5,823 8,642  
Green Party John Gormley 16.2 5,264 5,483 5,793 6,844    
Labour Party Ruairi Quinn 12.4 4,032 4,127 4,318 4,674 5,151 5,860
Fianna Fáil Chris Andrews 10.6 3,449 3,473 3,500 3,824    
Fine Gael Frances Fitzgerald 10.3 3,337 3,358 4,371 4,443 4,668 5,255
Sinn Féin Daithí Doolan 7.4 2,398 2,555 2,578      
Fine Gael Colm Mac Eochaidh 5.8 1,873 1,905        
Socialist Workers Shay Ryan 0.9 286          
Workers' Party Tom Crilly 0.9 284          
Independent Norman Gray 0.3 99          
Electorate: 59,896   Valid: 32,433   Spoilt: 287 (0.9%)   Quota: 6,487   Turnout: 32,720 (54.6%)

1997 general electionEdit

1997 general election: Dublin South-East[25]
Party Candidate FPv% Count 1 Count 2 Count 3 Count 4 Count 5 Count 6 Count 7 Count 8 Count 9 Count 10 Count 11
Fianna Fáil Eoin Ryan 17.7 6,494 6,496 6,511 6,545 6,652 6,902 9,377        
Labour Party Ruairi Quinn 16.7 6,113 6,116 6,139 6,231 6,406 6,448 6,564 6,771 7,252 9,043  
Fine Gael Frances Fitzgerald 15.0 5,501 5,502 5,524 5,547 5,569 5,652 5,703 5,753 9,567    
Fine Gael Joe Doyle 12.4 4,541 4,541 4,558 4,585 4,667 4,799 4,835 4,886      
Green Party John Gormley 11.7 4,296 4,298 4,340 4,598 4,904 5,100 5,223 5,493 5,728 5,994 6,801
Progressive Democrats Michael McDowell 10.9 4,022 4,024 4,047 4,069 4,095 4,318 4,595 6,059 6,275 6,450 6,774
Fianna Fáil Noel Whelan 8.1 2,962 2,963 2,980 2,999 3,032 3,158          
National Party Márie Kirrane 3.2 1,169 1,170 1,177 1,202 1,233            
Workers' Party Tom Crilly 1.9 694 695 707 848              
Socialist Workers Peadar O'Grady 1.1 410 413 425                
Natural Law Mary Daly 0.6 231 234 249                
Independent Joe Guerin 0.3 110 115                  
Independent William D. J. Gorman 0.3 99 101                  
Independent John Harpur 0.1 29                    
Electorate: 64,215   Valid: 36,671   Spoilt: 361 (1.0%)   Quota: 7,335   Turnout: 37,032 (57.7%)

1992 general electionEdit

1992 general election: Dublin South-East[26]
Party Candidate FPv% Count 1 Count 2 Count 3 Count 4 Count 5 Count 6 Count 7 Count 8 Count 9 Count 10 Count 11 Count 12
Labour Party Ruairi Quinn 25.8 10,381                      
Fianna Fáil Eoin Ryan 11.3 4,566 4,719 4,721 4,747 4,772 4,854 4,941 4,982 5,823 6,214 6,533 6,695
Progressive Democrats Michael McDowell 11.2 4,504 4,812 4,814 4,837 4,868 4,912 4,946 5,100 5,188 5,898 6,403 7,752
Fine Gael Joe Doyle 11.0 4,438 4,707 4,711 4,726 4,784 4,837 4,893 4,997 5,095 5,477    
Fine Gael Frances Fitzgerald 10.8 4,332 4,735 4,738 4,756 4,786 4,809 4,829 5,007 5,127 6,038 9,718  
Fianna Fáil Gerard Brady 10.5 4,238 4,317 4,321 4,332 4,381 4,412 4,481 4,560 5,485 5,792 6,070 6,226
Green Party John Gormley 6.2 2,476 2,831 2,847 2,899 3,010 3,192 3,524 4,224 4,374      
Fianna Fáil Mary Mooney 5.3 2,123 2,200 2,203 2,209 2,326 2,369 2,461 2,511        
Democratic Left Jim Allen 2.2 874 1,242 1,245 1,260 1,318 1,475 1,595          
Sinn Féin Micheál Ó'Muireagáin 2.1 851 883 884 897 961 1,062            
Independent John Gallagher 1.5 620 671 673 705                
Workers' Party Andy Smith 1.4 573 782 785 808 888              
Independent Ian Murray 0.5 194 209 255                  
Independent Thomas Joseph Mullins 0.2 84 95                    
Electorate: 69,582   Valid: 40,254   Spoilt: 958 (2.3%)   Quota: 8,051   Turnout: 41,212 (59.2%)

1989 general electionEdit

1989 general election: Dublin South-East[18]
Party Candidate 1st Pref % Seat Count
Fianna Fáil Gerard Brady 5,959 18.1 1
Fine Gael Joe Doyle 5,235 15.9 2
Labour Party Ruairi Quinn 4,014 12.2 3
Fine Gael Garret FitzGerald 3,865 11.8 4
Green Party John Gormley 3,329 10.1
Fianna Fáil Eoin Ryan 3,265 9.9
Progressive Democrats Michael McDowell 2,853 8.7
Fianna Fáil Mary Hanafin 2,226 6.8
Workers' Party Tom Crilly 1,816 5.5
Independent Anthony Walsh 254 0.8
Independent Patrick McDonnell 81 0.3
Electorate: ?   Valid: 32,897   Quota: 6,580   Turnout:

1987 general electionEdit

1987 general election: Dublin South-East[17]
Party Candidate 1st Pref % Seat Count
Fine Gael Garret FitzGerald 8,068 21.1 1
Progressive Democrats Michael McDowell 5,961 15.6 3
Fianna Fáil Gerard Brady 5,560 14.5 2
Labour Party Ruairi Quinn 3,480 9.1 4
Fine Gael Joe Doyle 3,323 8.7
Fianna Fáil Michael Donnelly 2,838 7.4
Fianna Fáil Mary McAleese 2,243 5.9
Fianna Fáil Eoin Ryan 1,881 4.9
Workers' Party Andy Smith 1,250 3.3
Green Alliance Máire Mullarney 1,094 2.9
Fine Gael William Egan 860 2.3
Sinn Féin Aengus Ó Snodaigh 811 2.1
Workers' Party Tom Crilly 660 1.7
Independent Gerry Brennan 147 0.4
Independent Barbara Hyland 65 0.2
Independent Patrick Clarke 29 0.1
Electorate: ?   Valid: 38,270   Quota: 7,655   Turnout:

November 1982 general electionEdit

November 1982 general election: Dublin South-East[16]
Party Candidate 1st Pref % Seat Count
Fine Gael Garret FitzGerald 8,803 22.1 1 1
Fianna Fáil Gerard Brady 6,488 16.3 4
Labour Party Ruairi Quinn 5,893 14.8 3
Fine Gael Joe Doyle 4,583 11.5 2
Fianna Fáil Seán Moore 4,443 11.2
Fine Gael Alexis FitzGerald Jnr 3,744 9.4
Workers' Party Andy Smith 1,820 4.6
Fine Gael John McKenna 1,764 4.4
Fianna Fáil Peter Gibson 1,486 3.7
Independent Liz Noonan 340 0.9
Ecology Party Máire Mullarney 312 0.8
Independent William Fitzsimon 104 0.3
Independent Séamus O'Daly 79 0.2
Electorate: ?   Valid: 39,859   Quota: 7,972   Turnout:

February 1982 general electionEdit

February 1982 general election: Dublin South-East[15]
Party Candidate 1st Pref % Seat Count
Fine Gael Garret FitzGerald 12,644 31.5 1 1
Fianna Fáil Gerard Brady 6,131 15.3 2
Labour Party Ruairi Quinn 5,402 13.5 4
Fianna Fáil Seán Moore 4,645 11.6
Fine Gael Alexis FitzGerald Jnr 3,164 7.9 3
Fine Gael Joe Doyle 2,735 6.8
Fianna Fáil Michael Donnelly 2,679 6.7
Sinn Féin - The Workers' Party Andy Smith 1,894 4.7
Independent Elizabeth Noonan 309 0.8
Independent Desmond Hynes 222 0.6
Independent William Fitzsimon 125 0.3
Independent Matthew Treacy 94 0.2
Independent Séamus O'Daly 58 0.1
Independent Molly Donovan 49 0.1
Electorate: ?   Valid: 40,151   Quota: 8,031   Turnout:

1981 general electionEdit

1981 general election: Dublin South-East[14]
Party Candidate 1st Pref % Seat Count
Fine Gael Garret FitzGerald 13,794 33.8 1 1
Fianna Fáil Gerard Brady 6,807 16.7 2
Fianna Fáil Seán Moore 5,702 14.0 3
Labour Party Ruairi Quinn 3,559 8.7
Fianna Fáil Michael Donnelly 3,193 7.8
Fine Gael Joe Doyle 2,026 5.0
Sinn Féin - The Workers' Party Andy Smith 1,969 4.8
Fine Gael Richie Ryan 1,722 4.2 4
Labour Party Mary Frehill 1,434 3.5
Independent Elizabeth Noonan 373 0.9
Independent William Fitzsimon 236 0.6
Electorate: ?   Valid: 40,815   Quota: 8,164   Turnout:

1977 general electionEdit

1977 general election: Dublin South-East[13]
Party Candidate FPv% Count 1 Count 2 Count 3 Count 4 Count 5 Count 6 Count 7
Fine Gael Garret FitzGerald 31.9 11,794            
Fianna Fáil Seán Moore 23.8 6,371 6,450 6,498 6,552 7,282    
Fianna Fáil Peter Gibson 12.9 3,465 3,509 3,563 3,590 4,383 4,918 5,246
Labour Party Ruairi Quinn 10.8 2,896 3,128 3,943 4,161 4,287 4,316 7,164
Fianna Fáil Mary Harney 5.9 1,588 1,612 1,724 1,745      
Fine Gael Peter Kelly 5.7 1,528 2,484 2,622 4,007 4,052 4,066  
Fine Gael Peter Prendergast 4.9 1,304 1,663 1,723        
Labour Party Mary Freehill 4.1 1,107 1,262          
Electorate: 41,066   Valid: 26,812   Spoilt: 250 (0.9%)   Quota: 6,704   Turnout: 27,062 (65.9%)[27]

1973 general electionEdit

1973 general election: Dublin South-East[12]
Party Candidate 1st Pref % Seat Count
Fine Gael Garret FitzGerald 7,958 31.1 1 1
Fianna Fáil Seán Moore 5,354 21.0 2
Fianna Fáil Patrick Cummins 3,329 13.0
Labour Party Ruairi Quinn 2,927 11.5
Fine Gael Fergus O'Brien 1,945 7.6 3
Fianna Fáil Patrick Norton 1,556 6.1
Fine Gael Peter Prendergast 1,312 5.1
Sinn Féin (Official) Andy Smith 1,082 4.2
Independent Ignatius O'Reilly 90 0.4
Electorate: ?   Valid: 25,553   Quota: 6,389   Turnout:

1969 general electionEdit

1969 general election: Dublin South-East[11]
Party Candidate 1st Pref % Seat Count
Fine Gael Garret FitzGerald 8,412 31.5 1 1
Labour Party Noël Browne 5,724 21.4 2
Fianna Fáil Seán Moore 4,979 18.6 3
Fianna Fáil Patrick Cummins 3,047 11.4
Fianna Fáil Michael Donnelly 2,446 9.2
Fine Gael Fergus O'Brien 1,001 3.8
Labour Party John Kennedy 642 2.4
Independent Robert Ellis 312 1.2
Independent Thomas Banahan 158 0.6
Electorate: ?   Valid: 26,721   Quota: 6,681   Turnout:

1965 general electionEdit

1965 general election: Dublin South-East[10]
Party Candidate 1st Pref % Seat Count
Fine Gael John A. Costello 8,056 28.0 1 1
Fianna Fáil Seán MacEntee 7,823 27.2 2 1
Fianna Fáil Seán Moore 6,233 21.6 3
Labour Party Noël Browne 5,348 18.6
Fine Gael James O'Connor 1,352 4.7
Electorate: ?   Valid: 28,812   Quota: 7,204   Turnout:

1961 general electionEdit

1961 general election: Dublin South-East[9]
Party Candidate 1st Pref % Seat Count
Fianna Fáil Seán MacEntee 7,222 29.2 1 1
Fine Gael John A. Costello 6,332 25.6 2 1
National Progressive Democrats Noël Browne 4,717 19.1 3
Fianna Fáil Seán Moore 3,720 15.0
Fine Gael John O'Donovan 2,742 11.1
Electorate: ?   Valid: 24,733   Quota: 6,184   Turnout:

1957 general electionEdit

1957 general election: Dublin South-East[8]
Party Candidate 1st Pref % Seat Count
Fine Gael John A. Costello 6,918 28.4 1 1
Independent Noël Browne 6,035 24.8 2
Fianna Fáil Seán MacEntee 5,916 24.3 3
Fianna Fáil Seán Moore 2,473 10.2
Fine Gael John O'Donovan 1,332 5.5
Independent Patrick Bermingham 1,291 5.3
Clann na Poblachta Gerry Callanan 396 1.6
Electorate: ?   Valid: 24,361   Quota: 6,091   Turnout:

1954 general electionEdit

1954 general election: Dublin South-East[7]
Party Candidate 1st Pref % Seat Count
Fine Gael John A. Costello 11,305 42.2 1 1
Fianna Fáil Seán MacEntee 5,971 22.3 3
Fianna Fáil Noël Browne 5,489 20.5
Fine Gael John O'Donovan 2,598 9.7 2
Labour Party Vincent MacDowell 1,455 5.4
Electorate: ?   Valid: 26,818   Quota: 6,705   Turnout:

1951 general electionEdit

Unusually all third seats were filled on the first count on this occasion.

Subsequent counts occurred because there was the possibility that surplus votes of elected candidates could have resulted in another candidate reaching the threshold of a third of a quota which would have meant their election deposit was returned to them.

1951 general election: Dublin South-East[28]
Party Candidate FPv% Count 1 Count 2 Count 3
Fine Gael John A. Costello 31.4 9,222    
Independent Noël C. Browne 28.9 8,473    
Fianna Fáil Seán MacEntee 28.4 8,334    
Fianna Fáil Michael Butler Yeats 6.9 2,034 2,081 2,567
Fine Gael J. Harold Douglas 2.4 710 2,389 2,868
Clann na Poblachta Patrick McCartan 1.9 569 729 901
Electorate: 40,534   Valid: 29,342   Quota: 7,336   Turnout: 72.39%

1948 general electionEdit

1948 general election: Dublin South-East[28]
Party Candidate FPv% Count 1 Count 2 Count 3 Count 4 Count 5
Fine Gael John Aloysius Costello 28.6 8,473        
Fianna Fáil Seán MacEntee 24.9 7,371 7,382 7,397 7,628  
Clann na Poblachta Noël C. Browne 16.6 4,917 4,982 5,459 6,841 7,851
Fine Gael John Harold Douglas 10.1 2,980 3,907 3,919 4,468 5,193
Fianna Fáil Michael B. Yeats 9.9 2,928 2,938 2,962 3,145  
Labour Party Eleanor G. Butler 8.1 2,399 2,442 2,478    
Clann na Poblachta Donal O'Donoghue 1.9 559 569      
Electorate: 41,127   Valid: 29,627   Quota: 7,407   Turnout: 72.04%

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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