ElectionsIreland.org Home Page Local Elections Contents Page
  Home | News | Boundary | People | Office | Links | Books
 Elections: Town Council | County Council | Dáil | Seanad | President | Europe | Referendum | Westminster

Changes since 1950

When an existing member resigns or dies, a member is co-opted to replace them. By convention, someone from the same party is co-opted, although the controlling group on the council may appoint whomever they wish. There is no provision for local authority by-elections. Ministers of State have usually relinquished their council seats on appointment.

Council   Date   LEA Party  Fate  Co-opted Relationship Outgoing Reason
Sligo   ?? 1952 Ballymote Tommy Deignan1    James Flanagan3 unknown reason ?? 1952

*Co-opted member not re-elected at subsequent election
¶Co-opted member who didn't stand at subsequent election
§Co-opted member who stood in a different area at subsequent election

The data in the table above may be sorted by clicking on the column headings
 

Reasons for Vacancies

 
   ©1998-2017 Christopher Took & Seán Donnelly
Your feedback on this web site is welcome
Web site designed and maintained by
www.stormcentre.net
  
Page generated 27-Feb-17 01:42 PM
Twitter button logo IP Address: 54.144.205.182