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Leaflet from Alan Hayes – Independent – Carlow Kilkenny #GE2020 February 3, 2020

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A Leaflet from Alan Hayes who is running as an Independent in Carlow Kilkenny in the 2020 General Election.
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Young Fine Gael 2000 Conference Programme -Leo Varadkar, Patrick O’Donovan and many more September 26, 2017


The Programme for the 16th National Conference of Young Fine Gael. Contains a message from Leo Varadkar, Patrick O’Donovan and more. It also has motions as well as profiles of candidates for various posts including Leo Varadkar , Lucinda Creigton and Elaine Byrne where we find out all sorts from their “favourite chat up lines” to their “claim to fame”.  I’ve scanned and uploaded it in pdf format here
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Leaflet from Alan Hayes -Independent -Lucan /Palmerstown -2014 Local Elections February 18, 2014

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A leaflet from Alan Hayes who is running as an Independent candidate in Lucan /Palmerstown for a seat on South Dublin County Council. He is currently ‘King of the Redheads’ per the Irish Redhead Convention in 2013.

The candidates Website
He is on Twitter @AlanHayesDublin
The Campaign Facebook Page
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More candidate profiles (including Brendan Griffin) from the 2001 Young Fine Gael Conference August 27, 2013


Another set of candidate profiles from the brochure for the 2001 Young Fine Gael National Conference (previous lot of profiles including Lucinda Creigton) . This time we have amongst others answering who they would like to be stuck in a lift with, their favourite chat up lines ….. we have Kerry South TD Brendan Griffin. The other profiles are of Cian Kelly, Kevin Callan, Mark Finan, Alan Hayes, David Garrahy and Róisín Kelly.
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