Irish Election Literature

… what you maybe meant to keep…

“2004 Budget Highlights” leaflet from Ivor Callely -Fianna Fail -Dublin North Central December 5, 2011


From Ivor Callely a leaflet  “2004 Budget Highlights” with details of the 2004 budget. Very different times as Ivor writes  “In Ireland we enjoy an economy today that is the envy of many of our European neighbours…” followed by “…a time for good courage and strong leadership.

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“Crime -Together We Will Crack It!” -Pat Lee -Fine Gael -1992 General Election Dublin North Central November 16, 2011


From the 1992 General Election a leaflet “Crime -Together We Will Crack It!” from Fine Gael candidate Pat Lee who was running in Dublin North Central. Initially elected for Dublin Central in 1989, boundary changes led to him standing in Dublin North Central in 1992 where he lost his seat.

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Flyer with no Fianna Fail logo from Sean Haughey- Fianna Fail -Dublin North Central February 25, 2011


A Flyer with no Fianna Fail logo from Fianna Fails Sean Haughey hoping to hold on to his seat in Dublin North Central.

 

Leaflet for John Lyons -People Before Profit (United Left Alliance) -Dublin North Central- 2011 GE February 4, 2011


From the 2011 General Election a leaflet for People Before Profit / United Left Alliance candidate John Lyons running in Dublin North Central. It is his first election.
His Website

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Poster for Paul Clarke -Direct Democracy Ireland -Dublin North Central -2011 General Election January 13, 2011


From the forthcoming General Election a Poster for Direct Democracy Ireland candidate Paul Clarke running in Dublin North Central.
Direct Democracy Ireland will be running a number of candidates in the forthcoming election.

Their website.

 

“See the difference -You can check the record” -Richard Bruton 1997 Election Leaflet with the Rainbow Governments record January 1, 2011


From the 1997 General Election a glossy leaflet produced by Fine Gael candidate Richard Bruton with details of the Rainbow Governments achievements. It was illustrated at both the National and The local level. It gives an idea of where we were at in 1997 and how in hindsight it was an awful pity that the Rainbow government was not returned.
The outgoing Minister for Enterprise and Employment was easily elected.

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Finian McGrath -“Fighting for Jobs on the Northside” October 24, 2010


This Finian McGrath ad is from the back of a programme for a Charity Greyhound Racing night in Harolds Cross a few months ago that I attended.
In the ad he promotes the thinkirish.ie website.

 

 
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