Irish Election Literature

… what you maybe meant to keep…

Leaflet from ÉIRE EXIT – THE CHRISTIAN PARTY March 20, 2023

A Leaflet produced by ÉireExit-The Christian Party outlining how “The Irish Government will steal your rights to your home and property/ Inheritance”

Many thanks to the sender.

I’ve uploaded the 8 page leaflet in pdf format here


Leaflet From David Bradley – Independent Christian Candidate – Louth #ge16 February 8, 2016

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A leaflet from David Bradley who is running as an Independent Christian Candidate in Louth.
His website
Many thanks to the sender



Flyer for David Bradley -Christian Candidate -Louth 2011 GE February 10, 2011

From the 2011 General Election a flyer from ‘Christian Candidate’ David Bradley who is running in Louth.
“…God not the politicians , is in charge of of our country and we seem to have forgotten that. God is our Sovereignty”



“Pheww! That was close! ..” Anti Levonelle Leaflet from the Christian Solidarity Party in 2003 September 9, 2010

From 2003 A leaflet issued by the Christian Solidarity Party against the availability of Levonelle. Levonelle is a morning after pill that works up to 72 hours after intercourse.
There were arguments about if it was covered or not by the various Abortion Referenda. Where it was seen by many as a contraceptive it was thought of by Pro Life lobby as an ‘Abortion Pill’.



Gerard Casey -Christian Solidarity Party- 1997 October 18, 2009

1997 General Election in Dun Laoghaire and Gerard Casey polls a respectable 2000 votes for the CSP. The Paul O’Donaghue case refered to was regarding education rights for the disabled. Oddly enough it was Justice Rory O’Hanlon who gave the ruling. ( Justice O’Hanlons nephew Paul O’Loughlin has stood a number of times for the CSP.)



1997 General Election – “Vote Christian” Leaflet September 21, 2009

A Leaflet from the 1997 general election asking voters to ‘Vote Christian’. The National Party and Christian Solidarity Party were both Pro-Life as were the rest of the candidates listed.

Eamon Murphy in Dublin Central had been in the shortlived Christian Centerist Party, Cllr Richard Greene had a party Muintir na hEireann which had literature for that election but must not have been registered. Sean Lyons and Sean Dublin Bay Loftus would have also been Pro-Life.

All of the candidates listed, bar Sean Dublin Bay Loftus, lost their deposits.



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