Irish Election Literature

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Leaflet from Nora Bennis -Catholic Democrats – Limerick -2016 General Election March 19, 2017


From the 2016 General Election a leaflet from Nora Bennis of The Catholic Democrats running in the Limerick City Constituency. She polled 673 votes and missed out on a seat.
Many thanks to the sender.

 

Leaflet from Máire Kirrane – The National Party (Catholic Democrats) -1997 General Election -Dublin South East July 31, 2014


From the 1997 General Election a leaflet from Máire Kirrane who was running for The National Party which had been founded by Nora Bennis in the wake of her run in the 1994 European Elections. They are now called The Catholic Democrats and Theresa Heaney ran for them in the 2014 European Elections
Máire Kirrane polled 1,169 votes and missed out on a seat.
Many thanks to the sender.
mkirrane1

 

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Litir Um Thoghchán from Theresa Heaney -Catholic Democrats -Ireland South May 22, 2014


The Litir Um Thoghchán for Theresa Heaney who is running for The Catholic Democrats -The National Party in Ireland South in the 2014 European Elections
The Catholic Democrats Website
Many thanks to the sender.
theaneyla

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Theresa Heaney -Catholic Democrats – Ireland South -2014 European Elections May 19, 2014


An Ad for Theresa Heaney who is running for The Catholic Democrats -The National Party in Ireland South in the 2014 European Elections
The Catholic Democrats Website
Many thanks to the sender.
theaney

 

Leaflet from Con O’Leary -The National Party -1997 General Election Cork North Central June 14, 2012


From the 1997 General Election a leaflet from National Party candidate Con O’Leary running in Cork North Central. O’Leary polled 1,114 votes.
He had been elected to the City Council in 1991 and was returned again in 1999. The National Party were a ‘Catholic’ party set up on the back of the success of Nora Bennis in the 1994 European Elections where she polled over 5% of the vote.

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Liam Downes -The National Party -Galway West 1997 General Election. December 9, 2010


From the 1997 General Election an Ad for Liam Downes running for the National Party in Galway West, where he polled 959 votes and failed to win a seat.
The National Party was set up after Nora Bennis (who became Party Leader) polled surprisingly well in the 1994 European Elections running as an Independent.
From the Galway Advertiser.

 

Joe MacDonough -The National Party -1997 Dublin North West June 10, 2010


From the 1997 General Election a leaflet for Joe MacDonough running for The National Party in Dublin North West. He polled 614 votes.
The National Party was set up after Nora Bennis (who became Party Leader) polled surprisingly well in the 1994 European Elections running as an Independent.
In 1992 Joe MacDonough had run for the Christian Centrist Party and got 741 votes.

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