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Jim Daly TD Teachta Dála Incumbent Assumed office  February 2011 Constituency Cork South West Born December 1972 (age 38) Nationality Irish Political party Fine Gael Jim Daly (born December 1972) is an Irish Fine Gael politician.[1] He was elected as a Teachta Dála (TD) for the Cork South West constituency at the 2011 general election.[2] He was a member of Cork County Council for the Skibbereen electoral area from 2004–11.[2] References ^ "Mr. Jim Daly". Oireachtas Members Database. http://www.oireachtas.ie/members-hist/default.asp?housetype=0&HouseNum=31&MemberID=2328&ConstID=45. Retrieved 19 March 2011.  ^ a b "Jim Daly". ElectionsIreland.org. http://www.electionsireland.org/candidate.cfm?id=4504. Retrieved 19 March 2011.  Oireachtas Preceded by Christy O'Sullivan (Fianna Fáil) Fine Gael Teachta Dála for Cork South West 2011–present Incumbent v · d · eCurrent members of Dáil Éireann As elected to the 31st Dáil in 2011 Fine Gael (75) Bannon · Barry · Breen · Bruton · Butler · Buttimer · C. Byrne · Cannon · Carey · Coffey · A. Collins · Conlan · Connaughton · Coonan · Corcoran Kennedy · Coveney · Creed · Creighton · J. Daly · Deasy · Deenihan · Deering · R. Doherty · Donohoe · Doyle · Durkan · English · Farrell · Feighan · Fitzgerald · Fitzpatrick · C. Flanagan · T. Flanagan · Griffin · Harrington · Harris · B. Hayes · T. Hayes · Heydon · Hogan · H. Humphreys · Keating · Kehoe · E. Kenny · Kyne · Lawlor · Mathews · McEntee · McFadden · McGinley · McHugh · McLoughlin · Mitchell · Mitchell O'Connor · Mulherin · D. Murphy · E. Murphy · Naughten · Neville · Noonan · O'Donnell · O'Donovan · O'Dowd · O'Mahony · O'Reilly · Perry · J. P. Phelan · Reilly · Ring · Shatter · Stanton · Timmins · Twomey · Varadkar · Walsh Labour Party (37) Broughan · Burton · E. Byrne · Conaghan · Conway · Costello · Dowds · A. Ferris · Gilmore · Hannigan · Howlin · K. Humphreys · Keaveney · Kelly · S. Kenny · C. Lynch · K. Lynch · Lyons · Maloney · McCarthy · McNamara · Nash · Nolan · Ó Ríordáin · J. O'Sullivan · Penrose · A. Phelan · Quinn · Rabbitte · Ryan · Sherlock · Shortall · Spring · Stagg · Tuffy · Wall · White Fianna Fáil (20) Browne · Calleary · N. Collins · Cowen · Dooley · S. Fleming · Kelleher · Kirk · Kitt · Lenihan · Martin · McConalogue · Michael McGrath · McGuinness · Moynihan · Ó Cuív · O'Dea · Ó Fearghaíl · Smith · Troy Sinn Féin (14) Adams · Colreavy · Crowe · P. Doherty · Ellis · M. Ferris · McDonald · McLellan · Mac Lochlainn · O'Brien · Ó Caoláin · Ó Snodaigh · Stanley · Tóibín United Left Alliance (5) Boyd Barrett · J. Collins · C. Daly · Healy · Higgins Independents (14) Donnelly · L. Flanagan · T. Fleming · Grealish · Halligan · Healy-Rae · Lowry · F. McGrath · Mattie McGrath · C. Murphy · M. O'Sullivan · Pringle · Ross · Wallace Ceann Comhairle: Seán Barrett Italics = Party leaders Bold = Ministers This article about a Fine Gael politician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e