Northern Ireland

Vote 2014: Newry, Mourne and Down council candidates

Elections for Northern Ireland's 11 new councils will be held on 22 May 2014.

Here is a full list of candidates running in Newry, Mourne and Down council.

DEA: Crotlieve
Name Party
Michael Carr SDLP
Sinéad Ennis Sinn Féin
Gillian Fitzpatrick SDLP
Mark Gibbons Sinn Féin
Finbarr Lambe Independent
Declan McAteer SDLP
Wilma McCullough DUP
Connaire Thomas McGreevy SDLP
William Mitchell Ulster Unionist Party
Mickey Ruane Sinn Féin
Jarlath John Tinnelly Independent
DEA: Downpatrick
Name Party
Naomi Bailie Sinn Féin
Dermot Curran SDLP
Cadogan Enright Independent
Graham Furey Ulster Unionist Party
Éamonn McConvey Sinn Féin
Colin McGrath SDLP
Yvonne Moore DUP
Gareth Sharvin SDLP
DEA: Newry
Name Party
Charlie Casey Sinn Féin
Jacinta Duffy SDLP
Valerie Harte Sinn Féin
Davy Hyland Independent
Liz Kimmins Sinn Féin
Joshua Lowry Ulster Unionist Party
James Malone Independent
Kevin McAteer SDLP
Peter Gerard McEvoy SDLP
Gary John Stokes SDLP
DEA: Rowallane
Name Party
Terry Andrews SDLP
Patrick Brown Alliance Party
Robert Burgess Ulster Unionist Party
Mickey Coogan Independent
Philip Hamilton TUV
Harry Harvey DUP
Eddie Hughes Sinn Féin
Walter Lyons Ulster Unionist Party
Alistair Straney NI21
Billy Walker DUP
DEA: Slieve Croob
Name Party
Stephen Burns Sinn Féin
Audrey Byrne SDLP
Patrick Clarke Alliance Party
Garth Craig DUP
Shane King SDLP
Alan Lewis UKIP
Matthew Morrison NI21
Mark Murnin SDLP
Pól Ó Gribín Sinn Féin
Desmond Patterson Ulster Unionist Party
DEA: Slieve Gullion
Name Party
Geraldine Donnelly SDLP
Terry Hearty Sinn Féin
Dáire Hughes Sinn Féin
Mickey Larkin Sinn Féin
Kate Loughran SDLP
Lavelle McIlwrath DUP
Roisin Mulgrew Sinn Féin
Barra Ó Muirí Sinn Féin
David Samuel Taylor Ulster Unionist Party
DEA: The Mournes
Name Party
Willie Clarke Sinn Féin
Laura Devlin SDLP
Sean Doran Sinn Féin
Glyn Hanna DUP
Annette Holden NI21
Jill Macauley Ulster Unionist Party
Ciaran McAvoy Alliance Party
Harold McKee Ulster Unionist Party
Brian Quinn SDLP
Henry Reilly UKIP