Chris Hazzard's policies
Statement to voters
In March Chris and Sinéad Ennis made history. Sinn Féin became the largest party in South Down.
Chris has previously served as Minister for Infrastructure and has advanced many vital infrastructure projects throughout South Down such as the Ballynahinch ByPass, the Narrow Water Bridge and the long overdue Downpatrick ByPass.
An active member of Drumaness GAC, Chris is a passionate advocate for rural Ireland and takes great pride in his work in tackling rural isolation and promoting the identity and integrity of our rural community in South Down.
This statement was added by Chris Hazzard, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.
Record in office
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About Chris Hazzard
Chris Hazzard is an Irish Sinn Féin politician who has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for South Down since the 2017 general election, when he defeated incumbent Margaret Ritchie of the SDLP. Due to Sinn Féin's policy of abstentionism with regard to the Westminster Parliament of the United Kingdom, Hazzard has not taken his seat.Read more on Wikipedia
|2019||South Down: UK Parliament elections||Sinn Féin||16,137 votes (elected)||2017||South Down: 2017 General Election||Sinn Féin||Vote count not available (elected)||2017||South Down: 2017 Northern Ireland Assembly Election||Sinn Féin||Vote count not available (elected)||2016||South Down: 2016 Northern Ireland Assembly Election||Sinn Féin||Vote count not available (elected)||2015||South Down: UK Parliament elections||Sinn Féin||Vote count not available|
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