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About Jack Chambers

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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 have a medical background and hold an honours degree in Law and Political Science from Trinity College. 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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    Burglary Unit Must be Reinstated in Dublin

      Chambers condemns axing of garda unit to tackle burglaries No excuse for cutting specialist resources as Dublin burglaries continue to rise Dublin West Councillor Jack Chambers has condemned the decision to disband the specialist garda unit set up to tackle the surge in burglaries in Dublin. It’s emerged that the intelligence-led unit has been shut down outright amid health and safety concerns, caused by a lack of resources. Cllr Chambers has described it as an ‘extremely worrying development’ at a time when burglaries in Dublin are on the increase.  “We need to hear from the Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald right now.  It is completely unacceptable that any garda resources would be taken away from the fight against burglaries at a time when burglaries in Dublin’s suburbs are on the increase,” said Cllr Chambers.
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