Senator Eugene Murphy

Senator in Roscommon-Galway

Meet Eugene

Eugene is a native of, and currently lives in, Scramogue, Strokestown, Co. Roscommon. He was elected to Dáil Éireann at the 2016 General Election but was first elected to Roscommon County Council in 1985. Eugene therefore has many years of experience serving the people of Roscommon.

As a long-time community activist, Eugene is anxious to spearhead the revival of rural communities and some of his priorities include mental health, tackling hospital waiting lists and fighting for the roll out of high quality broadband. He believes that with high speed broadband there will be more opportunities for business and enterprise in the area. Flooding and flood relief measures are issues of particular important to Eugene. Ireland needs to face up to the challenges flooding is causing to communities and introduce safeguards and technologies to protect people’s homes and businesses.

Eugene entered politics because he wanted to serve his community and demand better services, infrastructure and quality of life for the people of Roscommon-Galway.

Latest News from Eugene


Murphy welcomes establishment of Future of Media Commission


Murphy calls for action on illegal dumping


Govt continues to drag its heels on legislation for disabled drivers – Murphy


Decision to refuse planning permission at Shannonbridge must be appealed – Murphy

Get in touch with Eugene

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

Constituency Office

Elphin Street,
Co. Roscommon

Constituency Office: 071 963 3000
Leinster House: 056 7764726