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Canvass Card from Denis Naughten -Independent – Roscommon East Galway #ge16 February 22, 2016

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A Canvass Card from Denis Naughten who is running as an Independent in Roscommon East Galway.
Many thanks to the sender




“Benefits Of Membership” Leaflet from Young Fine Gael circa 1998 March 21, 2012

From I think late 1998 a leaflet from Young Fine Gael about the benefits of membership. On the reverse are statements from Brian Hayes and Denis Naughten as well as Sarah Hall and Mark O’Doherty. (I wonder is it the Mark O’Doherty who is now a special advisor to Government Chief Whip Paul Kehoe?)



“SF swing can make Gilmore Taoiseach” – Letter from Denis Naughten – Fine Gael -Roscommon South Leitrim 2011 GE May 25, 2011

From the 2011 General Election a letter to small business people from Denis Naughten of Fine Gael running in Roscommon South Leitrim. Amongst the items covered is a quote from The Sunday Independent that “SF swing can make Gilmore Taoiseach” and that a vote for any other candidate or party is a vote for “a Government of the Far Left


“Vote No 1 Denis” -Denis Naughten- Fine Gael -Roscommon South Leitrim February 12, 2011

from the 2011 General election campaign a leaflet from Fine Gael candidate Denis Naughten running in Roscommon South Leitrim. The leaflet focuses on his record locally and nationally.
many thanks to the sender


Dermot Kelly -Fine Gael -Athlone 2009 LE September 28, 2010

From the 2009 Local Elections for Roscommon County Council a flyer for Fine Gael candidate Dermot Kelly running in Athlone. Despite polling 555 votes he failed to win a seat.



Denis Naughten -Fine Gael -1997 General Election Longford-Roscommon April 22, 2010

From the 1997 General Election the then 24 year old Senator Denis Naughten running for Fine Gael in Longford-Roscommon. He was comfortably elected , as he has been since.
Denis Naughten is son of the Late Liam Naughten, the former Fine Gael Roscommon TD.

Many thanks to Liam Byrne.



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