About Jack Chambers

Welcome to my website.


My name is Jack Chambers and I am the Fianna Fáil Candidate for Dublin West at the next general election and I also represent the people on Fingal County Council.

This Dublin West Constituency covers the following areas:

Blanchardstown, Castleknock, Navan Road Area, Mulhuddart, Clonsilla, Carpenterstown, Hartstown Lucan North, Castaheaney, Ongar, Tyrrelstown, Corduff, Mountview.

I was born in Galway to Mayo parents and at the age of two moved to Dublin West where I grew up and went to school.
At an early age, I took a keen interest in economic and public affairs. I hold an honours degree in Law and Political Science from Trinity College and have studied medicine at RCSI. At the local elections last June, I was elected at the head of the poll in Fingal County Council. I have also been recently elected as the Deputy Mayor. I reopened the late Brian Lenihan’s constituency office last year where I hold regular clinics and meet with residents.
I am a member of the following Committees as part of my duties as an elected representative in Dublin West:
• County Council Audit Committee
• Economic Development and Enterprise Strategic Policy
• Joint Policing Committee
• HSE Regional Health Forum
• Community Policing Forum
The work on these committees gives me tremendous experience and allows me to act on representations from people in the best possible way.
Since my election, I have called to many homes in Dublin West and I continue to do so on a regular basis. This gives me a deep understanding of the needs of the people whom I wish to represent with passion, honesty and hard work.
I am the Fianna Fáil candidate in the next General Election and want to provide Dublin West constituents with full-time commitment and honesty in public life.


  • I hope to provide active representation and articulate any local or national issues of concern to you. I can be contacted at 086-4177335 or jack.chambers@outlook.com

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    I was delighted to host a public meeting on healthcare in our community in the last number of weeks which was well attended by people from across Dublin west. Healthcare is a passion of mine and healthcare in our community is a key facet of public policy that needs attention, focus and real delivery.
    Fianna Fáil believes in a strong public health system with quality services as close to the people as is possible. Healthcare for many is a distant hope where a hospital appointment or a procedure is a worrying waiting game. This is not a sustainable way to run a health service.


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