Irish Election Literature

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Newsletter from Tom Crilly -Workers Party- 2002 General Election Dublin South East November 24, 2010

From the 2002 General Election campaign a newsletter from Workers Party candidate Tom Crilly. Bin Charges, the Health Service, The Incinerator and Irish Neutrality are amongst the items covered.
Crilly polled 284 votes and failed to win a seat.



Green Party input to Review of Dublin Waste Management Plan -John Gormley TD -August 2004 October 29, 2010

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A 42 page document from 2004. “Green Party input to Review of Dublin Waste Management Plan -John Gormley TD”
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‘Clean Politics’ John Gormley -Green Party -Dublin South East 2002 General Election May 21, 2010

From the 2002 General Election in Dublin South East a colourful leaflet from the now Green Party leader John Gormley.
The front being positive quotes about Gormley from various media.
Two pages of policy, some of which had been costed by the department of finance.
Finally on the back a profile of the candidate and photos of ‘Green Action’ which includes “John’s anti-incineration campaign”

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Senan Griffin -Fine Gael -1999 Local elections Leixlip March 10, 2010

From the 1999 Local elections in the Leixlip Ward Fine Gael candidate Senan Griffin. Senan Griffin was elected.
There is a message from Bernard Durkan as well as one from Senan Griffin himself. His achievements include ‘Quality Footpaths’ and Grants to GAA clubs.
You will also see mention of opposition to the proposed incinerator in Kilcock. The Incinerator
proposal was turned down by An Bórd Pleanála’s who refused planning permission for the proposed plant.



Leaflet from Pat O’Brien -Anti Incinerator Independent-Meath 2002 General Election October 19, 2009

Pat O’Brien an anti Incinerator candidate in the 2002 general election in Meath. Having looked to have died out, The incinerator plans appear to be back. Pat stood for Fine Gael in the last local elections but failed to win a seat.





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