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Simon Harris (politician)

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Simon Harris
Teachta Dála
Assumed office
February 2011
Constituency Wicklow
Personal details
Born (1986-12-17) 17 December 1986 (age 27)
Dublin, Ireland
Nationality Irish
Political party Fine Gael

Simon Harris (born 17 December 1986) is an Irish Fine Gael politician.[1][2] He was elected as a Teachta Dála (TD) for the Wicklow constituency at the 2011 general election.[3]

Before his election to the Dáil, he served on Wicklow County Council, having been elected in June 2009 with the highest percentage vote of any County Councillor in Ireland. He was also a member of Greystones Town Council.[3]

As a County Councillor, Harris served as Chairperson of the County Wicklow Joint Policing Committee and Chairperson of the HSE Regional Health Forum. He was a member of Wicklow County Council's Housing Strategic Policy Committee and Wicklow Vocational Educational Committee.

He is the youngest member of the 31st Dáil.[4]

Harris is a member of the Dáil Public Accounts Committee (PAC),[5] and the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform.[6]

He is a member of the Oireachtas Cross Party Group on Mental Health.[7] and introduced the Mental Health (Anti Discrimination) Bill 2013 in June of 2013.[8]


External links

  • Simon Harris' page on the Fine Gael website
Preceded by
Dick Roche
(Fianna Fáil)
Fine Gael Teachta Dála for Wicklow
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