Ian McCrea

Ian McCrea

Infobox Politician | name=Ian McCrea MLA

birth_place=Magherafelt, Northern Ireland
constituency=Mid Ulster
party=Democratic Unionist Party
website= [http://www.dup2win.com DUP profile]

Ian McCrea, MLA (born 1976) is a Northern Irish politician. He was elected in 2007 to the Northern Ireland Assembly as a Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) member for Mid Ulster.

Born in Magherafelt in 1976, he now lives in Coagh with his wife and two children. McCrea is the son of William McCrea.

McCrea was elected to Cookstown District Council in 2001, and is a member of Cookstown District Policing Partnership. He also holds directorships of the Local Strategy Partnership in Cookstown, and the Dungannon and Cookstown Business Education Partnership.

A former member of the Young Democrats, McCrea is now Chairman of the Cookstown DUP Branch, and of the party's Local Government Association also in Cookstown. A member of the Apprentice Boys of Derry he also acts as Chairman of Coagh United Supporters Club.


* [http://www.ianmccrea.com McCrea's website]
* [http://www.belfasttoday.net/ViewArticle2.aspx?SectionID=3425&ArticleID=2096774 Belfast Today article]

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