Michael DArcy TD Fine Gael. Since being elected to the Dail in 2007 Michael has worked to advance the interests and needs of Co. Wexford, campaigning on such issues as the provision of new and improved infrastructure, ending the deficit of investment in industry and employment, in primary and secondary schools and community development projects. He also has lobbied for the provision of affordable childcare, in support of the provision of amenities and has campaigned against the budget cuts in education and health and against the pension levy.
County Wexford is located in the Southeast corner of Ireland. The County has four main towns, Wexford, Enniscorthy, Gorey and New Ross with a population of 116,596. County Wexford enjoys a rare mix of mountains, valleys, rivers, flora, fauna and breathtaking beaches spanning 200 km of coastline. The mission of Wexford County Council is to improve the quality of life of the people of Wexford by representing the interests of citizens and providing services to meet their needs.
Young Fine Gael is the only vehicle for young people to seek political change in this country. As an autonomous youth organisation, it has the advantage of embodying the values of the senior Party, while maintaining the independence to express views, which are not always necessarily in harmony with those of Fine Gael.