Irish Election Literature

… what you maybe meant to keep…

Anti Abortion/Anti Zappone /Anti Political Correctness leaflet October 6, 2017

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A leaflet distributed by an unidentified Anti Abortion group in Trinity College Dublin.

 

Leaflet from “Protect The 8th” May 7, 2017

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A leaflet from a group called “Protect The 8th”.


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Leaflet from “Cherish All The Children Equally – Republican . Progressive. Pro Life” January 26, 2017


A Leaflet calling for the retention of the 8th amendment from a group “Cherish All The Children Equally”.
Many thanks to the sender.
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“Campaign Update and Appeal July 2016” Letter and Postcard from the Pro Life Campaign July 29, 2016

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A ‘Campaign Update and Appeal July 2016’ letter and postcard from the Pro Life Campaign.
Many thanks to the sender.
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“Celebrate The 8th” Leaflet and letter from The Pro-Life Campaign April 28, 2016

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A “Celebrate The 8th” Leaflet and letter from The Pro-Life Campaign.

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Leaflet from “Christians Concerned For Dun Laoghaire” #ge16 #repealthe8th February 21, 2016


A Leaflet from ‘Christians Concerned For Dun Laoghaire’ regarding the General Election and candidates positions on Abortion and other issues. These were distributed outside masses in Dun Laoghaire constituency.

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“Ask Your Local Hospital To Take A Stand Against The New Abortion Law” petition from The Prolife Campaign March 6, 2014

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A petition being distributed to supporters of the Prolife Campaign with the title of “Ask Your Local Hospital To Take A Stand Against The New Abortion Law”.
Many thanks to the sender.

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