Leaflet from Michael Coleman – Fianna Fáil -Celbridge #LE19 April 15, 2019
The Spring 2015 newsletter from Independent Community Solidarity Councillor Brendan Young. It covers Water Charges as well as some local issues. It also announces that he intends standing in the next General Election.
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“Maynooth Labour News June 1991” -John McGinley Labour 1991 Local Elections -Celbridge December 21, 2013
from the 1991 Local Elections for the Celbridge LEA “Maynooth Labour News” urging a number one vote for John McGinley. On the back it asks for a number 2 for Colm Purcell and a number 3 for Emmet Stagg. It has details of the ‘ROAR’ campaign (Repair our awful roads) , a picture of what was the public toilets in Maynooth and a few other local items.
Stagg and Purcell were elected, although John McGinley was co-opted to the council in 1992 to replace Emmet Stagg.
Leaflet from Brendan Young -Community Solidarity – Celbridge/ Leixlip -2014 Local Elections December 5, 2013
A leaflet from Brendan Young who is running for the ‘Community Solidarity’ group in Celbridge/Leixlip in the 2014 Local Elections.
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From the 1991 Local Elections a flyer from Progressive Democrat candidate Mairin Hyland who was running for a seat on Kildare County Council in the Celbridge LEA. She polled 372 votes and failed to win a seat.
Paul Ward -Fianna Fail -2009 Local Elections Celbridge April 2, 2011
From the 2009 Local Elections a leaflet for Paul Ward who was running for Fianna Fail in the Celbridge for a seat on Kildare County Council. He polled 450 votes and failed to win a seat.
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Anti Fianna Fail Leaflet from John McGinley, Colm Purcell and Emmet Stagg -Labour -1991 Local Elections Celbridge November 28, 2010
From the 1991 Local elections a Labour Party Leaflet Attacking Lies told by Fianna Fail in its 1985 Local Elections Manifesto. The Leaflet is for the Labour candidates John McGinley, Colm Purcell and Emmet Stagg.
John McGinley didn’t win a seat although won a seat in 1999 and has held it since.
Former Workers Party Councillor and General Election candidate Colm Purcell held on to his seat. Whilst current TD, Emmet Stagg topped the poll and won a seat.
From the 1991 Local Elections, Fianna Fail candidate in Celbridge Mairead Byrne. She polled 488 votes and failed to get elected.
Celbridge based Byrne, at the time the Principal at Rathcoffey National School, was concerned with the provision of infrastructure in the region.
At the time North Kildare was expanding rapidly yet simple infrastructure was not being put in place.
Catherine Power -Green Party -1991 LE Celbridge March 17, 2010
From the 1991 Local Elections in Kildare, Green Party candidate Catherine Power. She wasn’t elected.
A Green Councillor isn’t in to horse-trading she writes.
Kate Walsh -Progressive Democrats -Kildare North 2002 March 2, 2010
Originally elected to Kildare County Council as an Independent, the Late Kate Walsh joined the Progresive Democrats in 2000.
In 2002 , the highly respected candidate polled 3,919 in Kildare North but failed to win a seat. Kate Walsh was appointed to the Seanad by the Taoiseach, Bertie Ahern in 2002.
Kate Walsh passed away on the 24th April 2007