From the 2011 Seanad Election a leaflet from Labour candidate John Gilroy who was running for a seat on the Cultural and Educational Panel. The Cork based Gilroy, who narrowly missed out on a seat in the General Election, topped the poll and was elected.
Leaflet from John Gilroy – Labour -Cultural and Educational Panel -2011 Seanad Election January 7, 2014
“Travel Safely -A guide for people travelling abroad” from Senator Maurice Cummins -Fine Gael September 25, 2013
Leaflet from Bill Tormey -Fine Gael -2011 Seanad Elections September 11, 2013
From the 2011 Seanad Elections a leaflet from Bill Tormey of Fine Gael who was running for a seat on the Cultural and Educational panel. In the leaflet we learn that he is the only Fine Gael public rep for vast areas of Dublin North West and that he is a health campaigner. There is no mention of Reform or Seanad abolition. Instead it also focuses on his loyalty to Fine Gael (He stood in a number of elections for Labour and a number also as an Independent before finding his home in Fine Gael).
From the 2011 Senad Election a leaflet from Fine Gael Galway based Senator Fidelma Healy Eames. She was elected.
The leaflet highlights her work in the previous seanad, her Experience, a quote from Ghandi and more.
From the 2011 Seanad Elections a leaflet from Fine Gael Councillor Neale Richmond who was running for a seat on the Labour Panel. The Glencullen Councillor polled 39,000 votes and failed to win a seat.
“Easter Rising 1916 -95th Commemoration 2011” -Jim Walsh -Fianna Fail -2011 Seanad Election- Agricultural Panel June 14, 2011
A leaflet produced by Fianna Fail senator Jim Walsh during the 2011 Seanad Election campaign. Walsh was running for a seat on the Agricultural Panel. The “Easter Rising 1916 -95th Commemoration 2011” theme is a picture of the executed leaders on the front, a speech given by Jim Walsh on Easter Sunday 1991, the 75th anniversary of the rising , with the Proclamation on the back of the leaflet.
From the 2011 Seanad Elections a flyer from Labour Party candidate Lorraine Higgins who was running for a seat on the Industrial & Commercial Panel. Having polled well in the General Election , she also put in a respectable showing here but failed to win a seat.