Taoiseachs of Ireland

From 29 December 1937. The tenure and political party are given to you.
Taoiseachs who appear multiple times will be filled in if you give the name once.
Jack Lynch's first term has been split as he changed seats.
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Tenure
TD For
Party
Taoiseach
1937-1948
Clare
Fianna Fáil
Éamon de Valera
1948-1951
Dublin South-East
Fine Gael
John A. Costello
1951-1954
Clare
Fianna Fáil
Éamon de Valera
1954-1957
Dublin South-East
Fine Gael
John A. Costello
1957-1959
Clare
Fianna Fáil
Éamon de Valera
1959-1966
Dublin South-Central
Fianna Fáil
Seán Lemass
1966-1969
Cork Borough
Fianna Fáil
Jack Lynch
1969-1973
Cork City North-West
Fianna Fáil
Jack Lynch
1973-1977
Dún Laoghaire and Rathdown
Fine Gael
Liam Cosgrave
1977-1979
Cork City
Fianna Fáil
Jack Lynch
1979-1981
Dublin Artane
Fianna Fáil
Charles Haughey
Tenure
TD For
Party
Taoiseach
1981-1982
Dublin South-East
Fine Gael
Garret FitzGerald
1982-1982
Dublin North-Central
Fianna Fáil
Charles Haughey
1982-1987
Dublin South-East
Fine Gael
Garret FitzGerald
1987-1992
Dublin North-Central
Fianna Fáil
Charles Haughey
1992-1994
Longford–Roscommon
Fianna Fáil
Albert Reynolds
1994-1997
Meath
Fine Gael
John Bruton
1997-2008
Dublin Central
Fianna Fáil
Bertie Ahern
2008-2011
Laois-Offaly
Fianna Fáil
Brian Cowen
2011-2017
Mayo
Fine Gael
Enda Kenny
2017-Incumbent
Dublin West
Fine Gael
Leo Varadkar
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