A “Repeal The 8th” leaflet from People Before Profit issued by Brid Smith advertising a meeting and the March For Choice as well as giving reasons why we should repeal the 8th.
“Repeal The 8th” leaflet from People Before Profit September 7, 2016
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Leaflet introducing Brid Smith- People Before Profit Alliance- 2014 Euro Elections -Dublin January 12, 2014
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A leaflet from People Before Alliance Dublin European Election candidate Brid Smith outlining her past record.
Letter from Brid Smith in support of Joan Collins-People Before Profit -Dublin South Central February 23, 2011
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Brid Smith -Socialist Workers Party -2002 GE Dublin South-Central February 1, 2010
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Brid Smith, The People Before Profit Alliance candidate for Dublin Mayor, from the 2002 General Election where she stood for the Socialist Workers Party. She got 617 votes in Dublin South Central.
In 2009 she was elected easily to Dublin City Council for the Ballyfermot Drimnagh ward.
In 2002 The Bin Tax was the main issue. We see that at that stage the Tribunals had cost more that 60 million too (and how many corrupt politicians were jailed?).
The proposed incinerator (in Poolbeg) and its viability without being subsidised by the householder is mentioned also.
Brid Smith -Socialist Workers Party -Dublin South Central 1997 October 13, 2009
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Brid Smiths first electoral outing in 1997, where she gained 218 first preferences, the worst performance of the 4 SWP candidates in that election.
Fast forward to 2009 and she is elected easily ,146 first preferences away from the quota, in Ballyfermot-Drimnagh standing under the People before Profit banner.