Top Ten 1st Preference

TDsPartyConstituency% 1st Pref
O'DEA, Willie Limerick East 38.6%  
AHERN, Bertie Dublin Central 36.8%  
LENIHAN, Brian Dublin West 32.7%  
DEENIHAN, Jimmy Kerry North 32.3%  
DEMPSEY, Noel Meath West 29.7%  
LOWRY, Michael Tipperary North 29.1%  
COWEN, Brian Laois-Offaly 26.7%  
COUGHLAN, Mary Donegal South-West 26.4%  
COLLINS, Niall Limerick West 25.7%  
AHERN, Noel Dublin North-West 25.6%  

Women Candidates Elected

TDsPartyConstituency% 1st Pref
CONLON, Margaret Cavan-Monaghan 14.1%  
COUGHLAN, Mary Donegal South-West 26.4%  
HANAFIN, Mary Dun Laoghaire 20.2%  
BRADY, Aine Kildare North 24.9%  
O'ROURKE, Mary Longford-Westmeath 15.0%  
WALLACE, Mary Meath East 25.3%  
HOCTOR, Máire Tipperary North 16.6%  
CLUNE, Deirdre Cork South-Central 9.7%  
MITCHELL, Olivia Dublin South 13.1%  
BYRNE, Catherine Dublin South-Central 9.9%  
CREIGHTON, Lucinda Dublin South-East 18.6%  
ENRIGHT, Olwyn Laois-Offaly 11.6%  
LYNCH, Kathleen Cork North-Central 12.3%  
TUFFY, Joanna Dublin Mid-West 10.9%  
SHORTALL, Róisín Dublin North-West 20.3%  
UPTON, Mary Dublin South-Central 12.6%  
BURTON, Joan Dublin West 17.1%  
O'SULLIVAN, Jan Limerick East 10.3%  
McMANUS, Liz Wicklow 10.4%  
HARNEY, Mary Dublin Mid-West 12.5%  
WHITE, Mary Carlow-Kilkenny 8.0%  
FLYNN, Beverley Mayo 9.5%  

Sitting Members Not Re-Elected

TDsPartyConstituency% 1st Pref
BRADY, Martin Dublin North-East 19.6%  
CALLANAN, Joe Galway East 10.4%  
CALLELY, Ivor Dublin North-Central 19.2%  
CARTY, John Mayo 8.2%  
CASSIDY, Donie Longford-Westmeath 12.1%  
DENNEHY, John Cork South-Central 8.6%  
ELLIS, John Roscommon-South Leitrim 17.2%  
KEAVENEY, Cecelia Donegal North-East 16.5%  
MOYNIHAN, Donal Cork North-West 14.0%  
O'DONOVAN, Denis Cork South-West 18.3%  
SMITH, Michael Tipperary North 17.7%  
WILKINSON, Ollie Waterford 12.0%  
MURPHY, Gerard Cork North-West 15.9%  
TWOMEY, Dr. Liam Wexford 8.0%  
MOYNIHAN CRONIN, Breda Kerry South 13.5%  
McDOWELL, Michael Dublin South-East 13.1%  
O'DONNELL, Liz Dublin South 6.6%  
O'MALLEY, Fiona Dun Laoghaire 6.7%  
O'MALLEY, Tim Limerick East 6.8%  
PARLON, Tom Laois-Offaly 5.9%  
SEXTON, Mae Longford-Westmeath 4.2%  
BOYLE, Dan Cork South-Central 8.4%  
CROWE, Sean Dublin South-West 12.2%  
BREEN, James Clare 9.3%  
CONNOLLY, Paudge Cavan-Monaghan 6.0%  
COWLEY, Dr. Jerry Mayo 4.8%  
HEALY, Seamus Tipperary South 14.7%  
McHUGH, Paddy Galway East 5.8%  
MURPHY, Catherine Kildare North 11.5%  
HIGGINS, Joe Dublin West 14.9%  

Video Highlights

1 Six One News: David McCullagh, Political Correspondent, recaps the first session of the 30th Dáil in which Bertie Ahern was re-elected Taoiseach and John O'Donoghue became Ceann Comhairle
2 Six One News: Charlie Bird, Chief News Correspondent, reports live from Áras an Uachtaráin, where Bertie Ahern received his new seal of office
3 Six One News: David Davin-Power, Political Correspondent, is live at Kildare St to give the latest speculation on the makeup of the new Cabinet
4 Six One News: Will Goodbody followed the Green Party as it prepared for its first day in office
5 Six One News: Richard Bruton, Deputy leader, Fine Gael, talks about Bertie Ahern's re-election and the new government
6 Six One News: Michael Lowry, Independent TD, and Eamon Gilmore of the Labour Party offer their views
7 Six One News: Bertie Ahern, Taoiseach, talks to Bryan Dobson about the incoming coalition before he names his new Cabinet
8 Six One News: Susan Byrne reports on an unforgettable day for the TDs who entered Leinster House as deputies for the first time
9 Six One News: David McCullagh, Political Correspondent, reports that Brian Lenihan, John Gormley and Eamon Ryan have taken Cabinet seats
10 Six One News: Bertie Ahern names his new Cabinet live in the Dáil
11 Six One News: David McCullagh recaps the names of the new Cabinet and analyses how the changes will impact on the government's work
12 Six One News: Enda Kenny, Fine Gael leader, gives his reaction in the Dáil to the new coalition
13 Six One News: Paul Gogarty of the Green Party responds to criticism of his party's move from Enda Kenny
14 Six One News: Philip Bromwell talks to the record-breaking Kitt family, which will have three sibling TDs in the 30th Dáil
15 Six One News: Colm Ó Mongáin looks back at the history of coalition governments in Ireland
16 Six One News: David Davin-Power looks at the opportunities presented to the Greeen Party in the new Cabinet