Frank O'Rourke (politician)
February 2016 – February 2020
|Born||15 May 1967|
|Political party||Fianna Fáil|
|Alma mater||Institute of Technology, Sligo|
Born in Sligo, and a native of County Leitrim, O'Rourke was first co-opted onto Kildare County Council in January 2011 to replace Paul Kelly. He retained his seat in the 2014 local elections, topping the poll in the Celbridge-Leixlip area with 1814 first preference votes.
At the 2016 general election, he was elected as a TD for Kildare North to Dáil Éireann, and was subsequently appointed as Fianna Fáil junior spokesperson on Financial Services, eGovernment and Procurement by party leader Micheál Martin.
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