Driven by my passion for equality and a fairer society I want to build consensus for change in Kildare.
Kildare County Council
I make no election promises except that I will be available to you and will work tirelessly to ensure that your views are represented at Council level.
We need rapid changes towards community engaged planning and open government. These are essential for a just transition to a carbon-free future.
I come from what used to be one of the last villages in Dublin, Saggart. I have lived in Clane since 2010 with my wife and four kids.
7 years experience dealing with the council as a constituency manager. I will bring energy & drive and aim to be a strong voice for our community
A parent, commuter and community organizer who knows the challenges that face us on a daily basis and is excited about tackling them.
Cllr Paul Ward was elected to Kildare County Council in 2014. - Represents the areas of Kilcock& Newtown, Rathcoffey, Straffan
I am passionate about building Communities and work with Tidy Towns and several groups, actioned and delivered many initiatives over the years vote 1.
I have always been a strong voice for the community and want to represent my LEA in a more meaningful way
Cllr. Naoise Ó Cearúil was elected to KCC in 2014 and is looking for re-election. A consistent community activist with a track record.
Vote 1 for Sorcha is a vote for Innovation & dedication for a vibrant future for our towns and villages, for the full term and not just for elections