2019 Election Guide

This year cycling is an election issue in Cork. That’s because cycling is a barometer for politicians’ attitudes across many local and national policy issues, not just transport. And it affects everyone, not only people who cycle.

Here's why we think you should consider election candidates views of cycling in deciding how to vote.

Together with other environmental groups, we are also encouraging voters to vote for a directly elected mayor.

Cork Cycling Campaign is non-partisan. Here's what candidates in your ward had to say when we contacted them. (Hey candidate! Not here? Contact us by email, Facebook, or twitter message and we'll aim to get your message up soon as we reasonably can.) Click here for the European Cycling Federation manifesto for the European elections.

Local elections

Region Replies

Cork City North West

Mark Cronin (GP)

Cork City North East

Tim Brosnan (FF)
Sinead Halpin (SD)
Oliver Moran (GP)

Cork City South East


Peter Horgan (LAB)
Ed Fitzgerald (PBP)

Kieran McCarthy (IND)
Peter Horgan (LAB)

Cork City South Central


Dan Boyle (GP)
Mick Finn (IND)

Luke Field (LAB)

Cork City South West

Henry Cremin (SF)
Colette Finn (GP)
Garret Kelleher (FG)
Ciara Kennedy (Lab)

Sinead Ronan (FG)



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