Irish Election Literature

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leaflet from Des Crossan -Fine Gael – Cavan Town Council – 2009 Local Elections July 5, 2017


A leaflet from Des Crossan of Fine Gael running for a seat on Cavan Town Council in the 2009 Local Elections. He polled 181 votes and missed out on a seat.
Many thanks to the sender.

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Leaflet from Winston Bennett- Fine Gael -Cavan- 2009 Local Elections July 2, 2017


A leaflet from Winston Bennett of Fine Gael running in Cavan for a seat on Cavan County Council in the 2009 Local Elections. He polled 1,064 votes and was elected.
Many thanks to the sender

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Leaflet from Liam Hogan -Labour -Cavan – 2009 Local Elections July 1, 2017

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A leaflet from Liam Hogan of Labour running in Cavan for a seat on Cavan County Council in the 2009 Local Elections. He polled 831 votes and narrowly missed out on a seat.
Many thanks to the sender

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Canvass Card from Niamh Smyth – Fianna Fail – Bailieborough-Cootehill May 7, 2014


A Canvass Card from Niamh Smyth who is running for Fianna Fail in Bailieborough-Cootehill for a seat on Cavan County Council.
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Flyer from Fergal Curtin -Fianna Fail -Bailieborough-Cootehill -2014 Local Elections April 7, 2014


A flyer from Councillor Fergal Curtin who is running for Fianna Fail in Bailieborough-Cootehill for a seat on Cavan County Council.
Many thanks to the sender.

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‘let Clann continue to play its part!’ -Clann Na Poblachta 1965 General Election July 13, 2013


From the 1965 General Election an ad for the four Clanna Na Poblachta candidates John Tully in Cavan, Oliver Morahan in Mayo Sout, Leo Nealon in Dublin North Central and Joe Barron in Dublin South Central. Tully was elected and was the last Clann TD. This 1965 General Election was the last one contested by the Party.

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A number of ads for events to do with Eoin O’Duffys National Corporate Party May 27, 2013


A number of ads for events to do with Eoin O’Duffys National Corporate Party. The National Corporate Party split from Fine Gael when Eoin O’Duffy ‘resigned’ as leader of Fine Gael and also the party. They were very right wing, virulently anti communist and had a military wing ‘The Greenshirts’. It lasted from 1935 to 1937 .
As far as I’m aware they never contested an election.
many thanks to the sender.
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