Irish Election Literature

… what you maybe meant to keep…

An Caorthann (The Rowan Tree) -Issue 1 Lúnasa 94 November 23, 2021

The first issue of An Caorthann (The Rowan Tree),  quarterly magazine of information and discussion for the Irish Green Party / Comhaontas Glas and the wider green and alternative movement.  It ran until 1998. Many thanks to the sender. It’s 48 pages, so it’s uploaded in pdf.


“Green Voice” October 1999 issue of the Green Party Newsletter March 18, 2017

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The October 1999 issue of the Green Party Newsletter “Green Voice”. Contains articles by amongst others Dan Boyle and Ciaran Cuffe.
I’ve uploaded it in pdf here or click on the image to launch
Many thanks to the sender.


“Judge of the Nations, spare us yet – Lest we forget, lest we forget” -Dan Boyle 2011 Leaflet February 17, 2011

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Many thanks to the sender who notes…..

Was given it today by a friend from Cork South Central – it’s Dan Boyle’s postal manifesto / Litir Um Thoghcháin.  There’s a rather strange quotation from of all people Rudyard Kipling:  “Judge of the Nations, spare us yet – Lest we forget, lest we forget”.

I looked it up – the quote comes from Kipling’s poem “Recessional”  ….. another stirring bit of that poem – “If, drunk with sight of power, we loose….”


From 2005 -Green Party Submission on Reducing Tax Avoidance by High-Earners October 11, 2010

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By Dan Boyle, from 2005 A Green Party Submission to the Public Consultation on Reducing Tax Avoidance by High-Earners.
It focuses on Tax Reliefs.
It would be interesting to see what has changed regarding Tax Reliefs since this submission was made.



Dan Boyle Flyer -Green Party -Cork South Central 1992 March 10, 2010

A flyer from the Cork South Central Green Party candidate,the now Senator, Dan Boyle from the 1992 General Election.
It was his first General election and he polled 1,166 votes.
A few nice lines about building houses rather than motorways, fundamental changes in our taxation system and looking after the young and the elderly.



Dan Boyle -Green Party-Letter to constituents 1992 November 13, 2009

From the 1992 General Election Campaign, A letter from Green candidate Dan Boyle to constituents.
Letter notes how the Green Party are different from the other politicians. ‘ A Plague on all their houses’ indeed…….



Dan Boyle 2002 General Election Cork South Central September 10, 2009

From the 2002 General Election a leaflet for Green Party candidate Dan Boyle who was elected in Cork South Central. Boyle polled 4,952 votes.





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