The deadline has passed for nominations to the vocational panels for the Seanad election.
A number of high profile former TDs have missed out on selection by their parties.
The nominations to the five vocational panels closed as of midday on Monday.
Former TDs Kate O'Connell and Michelle Mulherin are omissions from Fine Gael's ticket of 13 inside panel candidates.
However, former TDs Noel Rock, Michael D'Arcy and Tom Neville are among those who will contest the election for the upper house after losing their seats last month.
Former Sinn Féin MEP Lynn Boylan will run on the Agriculture panel.
Former MP for Foyle Elisha McCallion and outgoing Belfast Senator Niall Ó Donnghaile are also among the seven candidates confirmed by the Sinn Féin Ard Chomhairle at the weekend.
After some internal disagreements, the Green Party is fielding the high-profile Saoirse McHugh alongside outgoing Senator Pippa Hackett and Galway West Cllr Pauline O’Reilly.
Labour has put a focus on young female candidates after getting no women elected to the Dáil.
Councillors Marie Sherlock, Annie Hoey and Rebecca Moynihan contest alongside Cllr Mark Wall.
Fianna Fáil, meanwhile, has confirmed it will be putting the names of nine candidates - including former TDs Lisa Chambers, Pat Casey, Declan Breathnach, Margaret Murphy O'Mahony, Eugene Murphy and Shane Cassells - forward across the various panels.
The party's director of elections Robert Troy said he believes the 26th Seanad should make reform of the upper house a reality.