Marc MacSharry TD

T.D. for Sligo-Leitrim, and Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Transport, Tourism & Sport.

Meet Marc

Marc is Fianna Fáil TD for Sligo, Leitrim, South Donegal and North Roscommon. He served as a Senator from July 2002 until February 2016. During the years he has served as party spokesman for the Marine, Finance, Health and Public Expenditure. His political career to date has included serving as a member of the Forum on Europe, and of Oireachtas committees on Communications, Marine & Natural Resources, Health and Finance. In addition to these positions, Marc has also served on the Committee of Inquiry into The Banking Crisis and on the Houses of Oireachtas Commission, and is currently a member of the Dáil’s Committee of Public Accounts.

Marc’s main priority is to effectively fight to reverse the social exclusion and marginalisation of the people of Sligo, Leitrim, South Donegal and North Roscommon by the present government. In order to achieve this, he is aims to secure the necessary resources to allow the region to perform to its potential in terms of jobs, better infrastructure, increased supports for young farmers, improved health services especially in the area of mental health and tangible childcare supports for working parents.

Latest News from Marc


Minister Ross failed to act after being informed that a section of Road Traffic Act was unconstitutional – MacSharry


Rising insurance costs a barrier to entry for new business in North West – Mac Sharry


Commercial Building Vacancies in Sligo Leitrim Donegal & Roscommon highest in Country & Growing – MacSharry


No Decision on CAT Lab for North-West as Government loses all control of spending at Children’s Hospital – MacSharry

Get in touch with Marc

For any issues, contact Bobby’s office by email or telephone.

Constituency Office

Knockaderry House,
Stephen Street,

Email: marc.macsharry@oireachtas.ie
Contact number: 071 91 43616 (office)
Mobile: 086 267 4764

Clinic Times:
Every Monday: 11am – 3pm
Office open Monday to Friday: 9.45 am–1 pm | 2pm–4.30pm