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Leaflet from Damien English -Fine Gael -Meath West #GE2020 February 6, 2020

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A Leaflet from Damien English of Fine Gael running in Meath West.
Many thanks to the sender


2010 Leaflet from Damien English on Navan Hospital -“Fine Gael is committed to the cause of Our Lady’s Hospital, Navan..” July 11, 2011

From November 2010 a leaflet from Fine Gael TD Damien English “Navan News – Health” focusing on Navan Hospital. Amongst the text is the following….

“Fine Gael is committed to the cause of Our Lady’s Hospital, Navan and the need for keeping the services there until the
new Regional Hospital is built.
Damien English TD, Dr James Reilly TD & all local Fine Gael public representatives attended the monster public rally on October
30th in Navan to show our support for the cross community, cross party ‘Save Our Hospital’ campaign.
The Fine Gael health spokesperson spoke about the need for the hospital to remain open. He is a GP in North County Dublin and
is aware that there is not enough capacity at other hospitals in the North East and in Dublin to take Navan’s patients.”



Damien English -Fine Gael -2002 General Election Meath April 3, 2010

From the 2002 General Election, Fine Gael candidate Damien English running in Meath. Damien English was elected, unseating party colleague John V Farrelly in the process. Damien English was returned again in 2007 for the new Meath West constituency.

Damien English



Graham Geraghty -Fine Gael -2007 GE Meath West March 26, 2010

From the 2007 General Election, Meath footballing legend Graham Geraghty running for Fine Gael in Meath West.
It was a suprise to many when he won a nomination, especially as it meant Fine Gael running 3 candidates in a 3 seat constituency. Geraghtys running mates were Damien English and Peter Higgins. Damien English was elected.
Graham Geraghty polled 1284 votes.



John Bruton-Fine Gael- Meath 2002 January 17, 2010

John Bruton stands for the last time in 2002 in Meath where he was elected on the 8th count. Former Taoiseach and Fine Gael Leader, Bruton resigned his seat to take up the role of EU Ambassador to Washington in 2004.



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