Irish Election Literature

… what you maybe meant to keep…

The 40 page “Fianna Fail Canvassers’ Guide” from the 2011 General Election June 2, 2011


From the 2011 General Election the 40 page Fianna Fail canvassers guide. As its forty pages I’ve uploaded the Pdf.
I’ve Uploaded the file Here or click on the image to launch.

The introduction in the guide …

This election will be one of the most important in our nation’s history. We face a choice between Fianna Fáil’s commitment to tackle our problems
head-on, or of going the road of cynical politics as usual offered by Fine Gael and Labour.
Over the coming weeks, Fianna Fáil representatives, candidates, and members will be engaging with members of the public about our plan for
recovery, and will be listening to people’s concerns and hopes for the future.
As you do this, it is important that you are aware of the actions this party has taken while in government. This guide has been prepared with that in
mind. It explains what we have done in key policy areas.

The problems Ireland confronts today are too serious for politics as usual. We in Fianna Fáil will fight this election on the basis of a clear
and honest plan which will:
• Restore the economy,
• Create jobs, and
• Deliver reform.
In contrast, the opposition parties are engaged in a deeply cynical campaign of constant criticism. They believe that a combination of
populist rhetoric and soft-option policies represents a credible solution.
It does not.
That will be our message to the electorate in the upcoming campaign. We hope that you will help us to spread it in the coming weeks, and we hope
that this guide assists you in that task.

 

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