Duncan Smith (Irish politician)
Smith in 2020
|Assumed office |
|Born||17 May 1983|
|Political party||Labour Party|
|Alma mater||Dublin City University|
Smith studied at Dublin City University, completing a bachelors degree in business studies and a masters degree in International Security and Conflict Resolution. He is currently studying for a PhD in nuclear disarmament studies.
He was a member of Fingal County Council from 2014 to 2020. Smith contested the 2019 Dublin Fingal by-election, receiving 3,821 first preference votes, but was not elected. James Humphreys was co-opted to Smith's seat on Fingal County Council following his election to the Dáil. He was one of two TDs to nominate Alan Kelly for the position of Labour Party leader in the 2020 leadership election.
- "Duncan Smith". Oireachtas Members Database. Retrieved 15 February 2020.
- "Duncan Smith TD - Biography". The Labour Party.
- Wall, Martin. "Election 2020: Duncan Smith (Labour)". Irish Times.
- McNeice, Stephen. "Alan Kelly says he would 'relish' a contest for Labour leadership". Newstalk. Retrieved 27 February 2020.
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