Irish Election Literature

… what you maybe meant to keep…

“Rescuing Limerick” Booklet from Conor O’Donoghue -Christian Solidarity Party -2007 General Election- Limerick East November 24, 2016

From the 2007 General Election Campaign a 36 page booklet produced by Conor O’Donoghue of The Christian Solidarity Party who was running in Limerick East. It contains a timeline with 67 different stages from creation to the 2002 Abortion Referendum. There are policies, letters to RTE, letters to an Taoisech, to Ministers and a lot more.
I’ve uploaded in in pdf format
Many thanks to the sender.



Leaflet from Francis O’Brien -Fianna Fail – Agricultural Panel -2007 Seanad Election April 24, 2013

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From the 2007 Seanad election a leaflet for Fianna Fail senator Francis O’Brien who was running for a seat on the Agricultural Panel. The Monaghan based O’Brien was elected.
He has been in the news recently “after appearing in court on a charge of demanding €100,000 with menaces.



Leaflet from Susan Philips -Independent 2007 Seanad Elections -NUI November 21, 2012

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From the 2007 NUI Seanad Elections a leaflet for Wicklow based Independent candidate Susan Philips. Philips, a former Councillor polled 706 votes and she missed out on a seat.



Mark Garavan -Independent -2007 Seanad NUI Election September 1, 2010

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From the 2007 NUI Seanad Election a flyer for Independent candidate Mark Garavan. The Castlebar native polled 951 votes.


Endorsed by Eddie O’Sullivan…Rónán Mullen -2007 Seanad Election July 8, 2010

From the 2007 NUI Seanad election a leaflet for Independent Senator Rónán Mullen. Rónán Mullen was elected.
His endorsements include the then Ireland rugby coach Eddie O’Sullivan.



Paddy Healy -Independent -Seanad 2007 April 13, 2010

From the 2007 Seanad Elections, Former head of the TUI Paddy Healy who is currently chair of the National Public Services Alliance.
He has a long history of involvement with the Left and was a founding member of the League for a Workers’ Republic. He stood a number of Times for the Dail in Dublin North East, in 1981 he ran on a H Block ticket but was never elected to the Dail.
His Brother, Seamus Healy of the Clonmel based Workers and Unemployed Group (WUAG) spent between 2000 and 2007 in the Dail and is tipped by many for a return at the next election.



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