Who's not running in the 2016 general election?

Every general election sees some TDs announcing their retirement from politics (at least, from the domestic side of it). In the months before the 2011 general election, 39 TDs announced they were stepping down - 22 of them from Fianna Fáil. So far, 19 TDs have stated that they will not run in the next general election, on 26 February.
Of the twelve to step down so far, seven are from the Labour Party, six from Fine Gael, three from Fianna Fáil, two from Sinn Féin and one from the Socialist Party. The longest serving TD to be stepping down is Labour's Ruairi Quinn, who was first elected in 1977.

  
Labour
  • Michael Conaghan - Dublin South Central (TD 2011 - 2016)
  • Robert Dowds - Dublin Mid-West (TD 2011 - 2016)
  • Eamon Gilmore - Dún Laoghaire (TD 1989 - 2016)
  • Seán Kenny - Dublin North East (TD 1992 - 1997, 2011 - 2016)
  • Ruairi Quinn - Dublin South East (TD 1977 - 1981, 1982 - 2016, Senator 1976-7, 1981-2)
  • Pat Rabbitte - Dublin South West (TD 1989 - 2016)
  • Jack Wall - Kildare South (TD 1997 - 2016, Senator 1993-7)
Fine Gael
  • Frank Feighan - Roscommon-South Leitrim (TD 2007 - 2016, Senator 2002-7) 
  • Dinny McGinley - Donegal South West (TD 1982 - 2016)
  • Olivia Mitchell - Dublin South (TD 1997 - 2016)
  • Dan Neville - Limerick (TD 1997-2016, Senator 1989-97)
  • Liam Twomey - Wexford (TD 2002 - 2007, 2011 - 2016, Senator 2007-11)
  • Brian Walsh - Galway West (TD 2011 - 2016)
Fianna Fáil
  • John Browne - Wexford (TD 1982 - 2016)
  • Séamus Kirk - Louth (TD 1982 - 2016)
  • Michael Kitt - Galway East (TD 1975 - 1977, 1981 - 2002, 2007 - 2016, Senator 1977-81, 2002-07)
Sinn Féin
  • Michael Colreavy - Sligo-North Leitrim (TD 2011 - 2016)
  • Sandra McLellan - Cork East (TD 2011 - 2016)
Socialist Party
  • Joe Higgins - Dublin West (TD 1997 - 2007, 2011 - 2016) 
Independent
  • Tom Fleming - Kerry South (TD 2011 - 2016)

The present constituencies of Ireland