Irish Election Literature

… what you maybe meant to keep…

“Workers Life” Sept/Oct 1984 edition of a magazine produced by The Workers’ Party May 8, 2017

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The September /October 1984 edition of The Workers’ Part magazine “Workers Life”. I’ve uploaded it in pdf format here


Leaflet from Lily Kerr – Workers Party -South Belfast #AE17 February 28, 2017

A leaflet from Lily Kerr who is running for The Workers’ Party in the 2017 Assembly Elections in South Belfast.
Many thanks to the sender.



From 1969 “Crisis” Bulletin No. 1 from The Dublin Housing Action Committee December 21, 2016

From 1969 “Crisis” Bulletin No. 1 from The Dublin Housing Action Committee giving details of Homelessness, unscrupulous Landlords, Squatters and other issues relating to housing at the time. I’ve scanned and uploaded it in pdf here



Leaflet from Triona Dooney -The Workers Party- Dublin North Central circa 1990 November 23, 2016

A leaflet from the Late Triona Dooney of the The Workers Party on the Back to School Clothing and Footwear Scheme. I think it’s from around 1990.
Many Thanks to the sender.



Leaflet from Gerard Carr -The Workers’ Party – 1982 Assembly Elections Belfast South November 1, 2016

From the 1982 Assembly Elections a leaflet from Gerard Carr of The Workers’ Party running in Belfast South. He polled 933 votes and missed out on a seat.




“Mansholt The Second Cromwell” -1971 Official Sinn Fein anti EEC Pamphlet July 28, 2016

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An Offical Sinn Fein anti EEC pamphlet titled: “Mansholt: The Second Cromwell” from March 1971. Sicco Mansholt , refered to in the title of the pamphlet, was European Commissioner for Agriculture from 1958 to 1972.
Many thanks to the sender.



Leaflet from Oliver Rogers -The Workers’ Party -Cavan Monaghan – 1987 General Election June 7, 2016

A Leaflet from Oliver Rogers who was running for The Workers’ Party in Cavan Monaghan in the 1987 General Election. He polled 577 votes and missed out on a seat.



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