From the 1992 General Election a flyer from Fianna Fail Dublin South candidates Seamus Brennan, Tom Kitt and Ann Ormonde. On the reverse there are brief profiles of the candidates. Both Brennan and Kitt were elected.
Flyer from Seamus Brennan, Tom Kitt, Ann Ormonde -Fianna Fail -1992 General Election Dublin South May 23, 2012
Ann Ormonde -Fianna Fail -1989 Dublin South June 9, 2010
From the 1989 General Election a leaflet for Fianna Fail candidate Ann Ormonde running in Dublin South.
She polled 2,328 votes and failed to get in. (Ann Ormonde at ElectionsIreland.org).
(This leaflet may also be from 1992 not 100% sure)
She writes of her ‘record of accountability and integrity…’
She has recently been mentioned with regard to Seanad expenses.
Stephen Riney ran Orchard Estate agents in Rathfarnham (its now the Remax office) and was also a keen local historian. ( Another leaflet produced by him was a heritage map of the area which I’ll post in due course). Theres still no sign of the Comminity Centre/ Swimmong pool proposed by hime either.
Ann Ormonde ran a number of times without success in General elections however has served a number of terms in the Seanad. Damien Fee is/was a school principal. Ann Ormonde was elected.
Tom Kitt, Seamus Brennan, Ann Ormonde -Fianna Fail – Dublin South 1987 September 24, 2009
Both Seamus Brennan and Tom Kitt were elected. Ann Ormonde failed to be elected. She was an Fianna Fail candidate four times in Dublin South, each time with no success. To cushion the blow somewhat, she has been a Senator since 1993.
Note how each candidate had separate concerns and priorities, with some in common.
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‘Knocklyon School’ – Ann Ormonde and Tom Kitt Leaflets from the 1997 General Election September 11, 2009
This is just a simple illustration of how everyone claims to be the best person to get the job done.
From the 1997 General Election, both Fianna Fail candidates Tom Kitt and Ann Ormonde claim that they are the ones to get the school built.