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Below is a list of TDs and how they voted.

Using this tool please contact your TD and tell them you are PRO CHOICE and if they voted yes, thank them and if they voted no tell them what matters to you, their constituent!



Shame! 

How the TDs voted:

  • Gerry Adams (SF) voted Yes
  • James Bannon (FG) voted No
  • Seán Barrett (Ceann Comhairle) abstained
  • Tom Barry (FG) was absent/abstained
  • Richard Boyd Barrett (ULA) voted Yes
  • Pat Breen (FG) was absent/abstained
  • Thomas P. Broughan (Ind/Lab) voted Yes
  • John Browne (FG) voted No
  • Richard Bruton (FG) was absent/abstained
  • Joan Burton (Lab) voted No
  • Ray Butler (FG) voted No
  • Jerry Buttimer (FG) voted No
  • Catherine Byrne (FG) was absent/abstained
  • Eric Byrne (Lab) voted No
  • Dara Calleary (FF) voted No
  • Ciarán Cannon (FG) was absent/abstained
  • Joe Carey (FG) voted No
  • Paudie Coffey (FG) voted No
  • Niall Collins (FF) voted No
  • Áine Collins (FG) voted No
  • Joan Collins (ULA) voted Yes
  • Michael Colreavy (SF) voted Yes
  • Michael Conaghan (Lab) voted No
  • Seán Conlan (FG) voted No
  • Paul J. Connaughton (FG) voted No
  • Ciara Conway (Lab) voted No
  • Noel Coonan (FG) voted No
  • Marcella Corcoran Kennedy (FG) voted No
  • Joe Costello (Lab) was absent/abstained
  • Simon Coveney (FG) voted No
  • Barry Cowen (FG) voted No
  • Michael Creed (FG) voted No
  • Lucinda Creighton (FG) was absent/abstained
  • Seán Crowe (SF) voted Yes
  • Jim Daly (FG) voted No
  • Clare Daly (ULA) voted Yes
  • John Deasy (FG) was absent/abstained
  • Jimmy Deenihan (FG) voted No
  • Pat Deering (FG) voted No
  • Regina Doherty (FG) voted No
  • Pearse Doherty (SF) voted Yes
  • Stephen S. Donnelly (Ind) voted Yes
  • Paschal Donohoe (FG) voted No
  • Timmy Dooley (FF) voted No
  • Robert Dowds (Lab) voted No
  • Andrew Doyle (FG) was absent/abstained
  • Bernard J. Durkan (FG) voted No
  • Dessie Ellis (SF) voted Yes
  • Damien English (FG) voted No
  • Alan Farrell (FG) voted No
  • Frank Feighan (FG) voted No
  • Martin Ferris (SF) voted Yes
  • Anne Ferris (Lab) was absent/abstained
  • Frances Fitzgerald (FG) voted No
  • Peter Fitzpatrick (FG) voted No
  • Charles Flanagan (FG) was absent/abstained
  • Terence Flanagan (FG) voted No
  • Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan (Ind) voted Yes
  • Sean Fleming (FF) was absent/abstained
  • Tom Fleming (Ind) was absent/abstained
  • Eamon Gilmore (Lab) voted No
  • Noel Grealish (Ind) was absent/abstained
  • Brendan Griffin (FG) voted No
  • John Halligan (Ind) voted Yes
  • Dominic Hannigan (Lab) was absent/abstained
  • Noel Harrington (FG) voted No
  • Simon Harris (FG) voted No
  • Brian Hayes (FG) voted No
  • Tom Hayes (FG) was absent/abstained
  • Seamus Healy (ULA) voted Yes
  • Michael Healy-Rae (Ind) voted No
  • Martin Heydon (FG) voted No
  • Joe Higgins (ULA) voted Yes
  • Phil Hogan (FG) was absent/abstained
  • Brendan Howlin (Lab) was absent/abstained
  • Heather Humphreys (FG) voted No
  • Kevin Humphreys (Lab) voted No
  • Derek Keating (FG) voted No
  • Colm Keaveney (Lab) was absent/abstained
  • Paul Kehoe (FG) voted No
  • Billy Kelleher (FF) voted No
  • Alan Kelly (Lab) voted No
  • Enda Kenny (FG) was absent/abstained
  • Seán Kenny (Lab) voted No
  • Seamus Kirk (FG) voted No
  • Michael P. Kitt (FF) voted No
  • Seán Kyne (FG) voted No
  • Anthony Lawlor (FG) voted No
  • Michael Lowry (Ind) voted No
  • Kathleen Lynch (Lab) voted No
  • Ciarán Lynch (Lab) voted No
  • John Lyons (Lab) voted No
  • Pádraig Mac Lochlainn (SF) voted Yes
  • Eamonn Maloney (Lab) voted No
  • Micheál Martin (FF) was absent/abstained
  • Peter Mathews (FG) voted No
  • Michael McCarthy (Lab) was absent/abstained
  • Charlie McConalogue (FF) voted No
  • Mary Lou McDonald (SF) voted Yes
  • Shane McEntee (FG) voted No
  • Nicky McFadden (FG) voted No
  • Dinny McGinley (FG) voted No
  • Mattie McGrath (Ind) voted No
  • Finian McGrath (Ind) was absent/abstained
  • Michael McGrath (FG) voted No
  • John McGuinness (FF) was absent/abstained
  • Joe McHugh (FG) voted No
  • Sandra McLellan (SF) voted Yes
  • Tony McLoughlin (FG) voted No
  • Michael McNamara (Lab) voted No
  • Olivia Mitchell (FG) was absent/abstained
  • Mary Mitchell O’Connor (FG) voted No
  • Michael Moynihan (FF) voted No
  • Michelle Mulherin (FG) voted No
  • Dara Murphy (FG) voted No
  • Eoghan Murphy (FG) voted No
  • Catherine Murphy (Ind) voted Yes
  • Gerald Nash (Lab) voted No
  • Denis Naughten (Ind/FG) was absent/abstained
  • Dan Neville (FG) voted No
  • Derek Nolan (Lab) was absent/abstained
  • Michael Noonan (FG) voted No
  • Patrick Nulty (Ind/Lab) voted Yes
  • Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin (SF) voted Yes
  • Éamon Ó Cuív (FF) voted No
  • Seán Ó Fearghaíl (FF) voted No
  • Aodhán Ó Ríordáin (Lab) voted No
  • Aengus Ó Snodaigh (SF) voted Yes
  • Jonathan O’Brien (SF) voted Yes
  • Willie O’Dea (FF) was absent/abstained
  • Kieran O’Donnell (FG) voted No
  • Patrick O’Donovan (FG) voted No
  • Fergus O’Dowd (FG) was absent/abstained
  • John O’Mahony (FG) was absent/abstained
  • Joe O’Reilly (FG) voted No
  • Jan O’Sullivan (Lab) was absent/abstained
  • Maureen O’Sullivan (Ind) voted Yes
  • Willie Penrose (Ind/Lab) was absent/abstained
  • John Perry (FG) was absent/abstained
  • Ann Phelan (Lab) voted No
  • John Paul Phelan (FG) voted No
  • Thomas Pringle (Ind) voted Yes
  • Ruairí Quinn (Lab) was absent/abstained
  • Pat Rabbitte (Lab) voted No
  • James Reilly (FG) voted No
  • Michael Ring (FG) voted No
  • Shane Ross (Ind) was absent/abstained
  • Brendan Ryan (Lab) voted No
  • Alan Shatter (FG) voted No
  • Sean Sherlock (Lab) was absent/abstained
  • Róisín Shortall (Ind/Lab) voted No
  • Brendan Smith (FF) voted No
  • Arthur Spring (Lab) voted No
  • Emmet Stagg (Lab) voted No
  • Brian Stanley (SF) voted Yes
  • David Stanton (FG) voted No
  • Billy Timmins (FG) voted No
  • Peadar Tóibín (SF) was absent/abstained
  • Robert Troy (FG) was absent/abstained
  • Joanna Tuffy (Lab) voted No
  • Liam Twomey (FG) voted No
  • Leo Varadkar (FG) voted No
  • Jack Wall (Lab) voted No
  • Mick Wallace (Ind) voted Yes
  • Brian Walsh (FG) voted No
  • Alex White (Lab) voted No
 
 
Here's a list of your TDs, sorted by constituency. If you click through into their names, their contact phone numbers will show up. This is what we're asking you all to do for today and tomorrow: please take 10 minutes and call each of your public representatives - particularly Fine Gael, who as the majority party hold 74 of the 166 seats in the Dáil (84 yes votes are needed to pass a bill) and Labour.

Ask them firstly to vote for the "TERMINATION OF PREGNANCY IN CASE OF RISK TO LIFE OF PREGNANT WOMAN" bill being put to Dáil vote on Wednesday evening at 9pm. Tell them you are deeply concerned by the now blatantly clear fact that women's lives are at risk in Ireland while they are pregnant. Tell them that for you this is a key issue; that it is hugely urgent - pregnant women are not safe here and you want to make sure that changes. You want them, as your public representative, to ensure that change comes through immediately.

If they say they will not vote for this bill, ask them why they don't feel it's an urgent requirement to protect women's lives. Ask them what timeframe they can guarantee you for legislation. Ask them why they won't represent you as your democratically elected public representative. Ask them what exact dates they can promise you as a timeframe for implementation of the legislation we all now know the expert group report has said is needed.

If they say they will not vote to protect women's lives at all we suggest you inform them that this is a guaranteed way to lose your vote forever. Tell them that since they don't understand their mandate as a democratically elected public representative, which is to implement the democratically expressed will of the people in two separate referenda in 1992 and 2002 that women not die because they are pregnant you do not trust them to represent you and will not be voting for them in future.

 
 
 
 
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