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Mná na hÉireann

Throughout the course of 2018, the Oireachtas will mark the centenary of the passage of the Representation of the People Act, 1918, which extended the franchise to some Irish women, and the subsequent election of Constance de Markievicz as an abstentionist MP.

1. Margaret Murphy O’Mahony, FF

2. Kate O’Connell, FG

3. Lisa Chambers, FF

4. Ivana Bacik, Labour

5. Róisín Shorthall, SocDem

6. Josepha Madigan, FG

7. Alice Mary Higgins, Ind

8. Mary Mitchell O’Connor, FG

9. Marcella Corcoran-Kennedy, FG

10. Heather Humphreys, FG

11. Hildegarde Naughton, FG

12. Katherine Zappone, Ind

13. Lynn Ruane, Ind

14. Catherine Noone, FG

15. Regina Doherty, FG

16. Maria Bailey, FG

17. Anne Rabbitte, FF

18. Helen McEntee, FG

19. Catherine Martin, Green

20. Rose Conway-Walsh, SF

21. Gabrielle McFadden, FG

22. Niamh Smyth, FF

23. Mary Butler, FF

24. Maria Byrne, FG

25. Frances Fitzgerald, FG

26. Joan Burton, Lab

27. Lorraine Clifford Lee, FF

28. Catherine Ardagh, FF

29. Denise Mitchell, SF

30. Maura Hopkins, FG

31. Jan O’Sullivan, Lab

32. Marie Louise O’Donnell, Ind

33. Mary Lou McDonald, SF

34. Fiona O’Loughlin, FF

35. Colette Kelleher, Ind

36. Frances Black, Ind

37. Kathleen Funchion, SF

38. Jennifer Murnane O’Connor, FF

39. Catherine Byrne, FG

40. Carol Nolan, SF

41. Grace O’Sullivan, Green

42. Joan Collins, Ind

43. Bríd Smith, SPBP

44. Ruth Coppinger, SPBP

45. Louise O’Reilly, SF

46. Catherine Murphy, SocDem

47. Catherine Connolly, Ind

48. Maureen O’Sullivan, Ind

49. Michelle Mulherin, FG

50. Joan Freeman, Ind

51. Imelda Munster, SF

52. Marie Devine, SF

53. Clare Daly, Ind

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