"Mary Reynolds" was an Irish politician, farmer and grocer from County Leitrim.
She was first elected to Dáil Éireann as a Cumann na nGaedheal Teachta Dála (TD) at the Irish general election, 1932/1932 general election for the Leitrim–Sligo (Dáil Éireann constituency)/Leitrim–Sligo constituency. Her husband Patrick Reynolds (Cumann na nGaedheal)/Patrick Reynolds had been a TD for the same constituency in the 6th Dáil, but was fatally shot during the Irish general election, 1932/1932 general election campaign. The election was postponed, and Mary won the seat, serving in the Dáil for 25 years.
She lost her seat at the Irish general election, 1933/1933 general election but was elected for the Leitrim (Dáil Éireann constituency)/Leitrim constituency at the Irish general election, 1937/1937 general election as a Fine Gael TD. She represented the Sligo–Leitrim (Dáil Éireann constituency)/Sligo–Leitrim constituency from Irish general election, 1948/1948 until her retirement at the Irish general election, 1961/1961 general election.
She had seven children, including her son Patrick J. Reynolds, who was a Fine Gael TD and senator, as was his son Gerry Reynolds (Irish politician)/Gerry Reynolds.More Mary Reynolds on Wikipedia.
I think it is really unfortunate that the New York University administration has decided to take a page out of the Yale administration's anti-union book, ... It's shocking that in 2000 the NYU administration decided to recognize the democratic decision of their students, and then at the whim of the president of the university, they can take away their contract, take away their grievance procedure.Mary Reynolds
I think that there's a lot at stake in winning that union at New York University, ... It was the only graduate student union at a private university, and I think winning back that union and protecting that contract gives graduate students at other institutions the hope that they can have a union too.Mary Reynolds