A Leaflet from Maria Mulvany of Fine Gael running in Donaghmede for a seat on Dublin City Council.
Many thanks to the sender
Leaflet from Daryl Barron – Fianna Fáil -Donaghmede #LE19 February 28, 2019
A Leaflet from Daryl Barron of Fianna Fáil who is running in Donaghmede for a seat on Dublin City Council.
Leaflet from Shane Folan – Labour – Donaghmede #LE19 February 12, 2019
A leaflet from Shane Folan of Labour who is running in Donaghmede in the 2019 Local Elections for a seat on Dublin City Council.
The Campaign Facebook Page.
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Leaflet and Card from Paul Clarke -Independent – Beaumont-Donaghmede -2014 Local Elections January 30, 2014
A Canvass Card and Leaflet from Independent Candidate Paul Clarke who is running in the Beaumont-Donaghmede ward for a seat on Dublin City Council.
In 2011 he stood for Direct Democracy Ireland.
The Campaign Facebook Page
From the 2004 Local Elections a leaflet for Fine Gael candidate Pat Crimmins who was running in the Donaghmede ward for a seat on Dublin City Council. Despite polling a respectable 1,645 he missed out on a seat. In 2007 he was co-opted onto the Council and held his seat in 2009.
There’s also a nice picture of him in a Dubs jersey with a pair of Roller Blades around his neck… to illustrate his campaigning for an ice rink in Donaghmede !
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Brian Byrne -Independent -Donaghmede 2009 LE August 22, 2010
From the 2009 Local Elections a leaflet for Former Fianna Fail councillor Brian Byrne running as an Independent in Donaghmede.
Byrne resigned from Fianna Fail claiming that the cutbacks in the Budget showed Fianna Fail had “lost touch with ordinary people and have failed to listen to their concerns”.
“Cutbacks in spending programmes announced in the budget have resulted in pain and distress being inflicted on the elderly and less well off in our society,”
Byrne polled well with 1,202 votes but failed to get in.
‘Sick of hearing about Irelands problems?’ -Pat Crimmins -Fine Gael -2009 LE Donaghmede August 10, 2010
From the 2009 Local Elections a leaflet for successful Fine Gael candidate Pat Crimmins running in Donaghmede.
Little or nothing about the candidate (which from looking at some 2009 and 2007 Fine Gael material is less than unusual) other than a photo.
It does concentrate on waste, unemployment and job creation. Nothing in it about the Banking crisis.
From the 2009 Local Elections in the Donaghmede ward, Fianna Fail candidate Martin McGettigan. Martin McGettigan received 1112 votes but failed to win a seat. He had previously stood for The PDs in 1987.
His running mate, Tom Brabazon did get in.
Killian Forde-Donaghmede Sinn Fein Special Bulletin 2004 on Donaghmede Probation Office March 2, 2010
From April 2004 in the run up to the 2004 local and European Elections, a Donaghmede Sinn Fein special Bulletin on Donaghmede Probation Office.
Then Sinn Fein candidate Killian Forde writes of the true costs of the project and the link between prominent Fianna Fail donors and the location of the office.
Other concerns include the fact that other sites weren’t inspected, the cost overruns, waste of public money and only a part of the offices capacity being used.
Is the office fully occupied now?
Killian Forde -Sinn Fein- Donaghmede 2004 LE January 9, 2010
Killian Forde from the 2004 LE in Donaghmede where he topped the poll and got in on the first count. He was re-elected in 2009 although his vote fell.
Sean Clerkin-Christian Principles Party – ‘Jobs For Youth – Not Condoms’ September 9, 2009
The Christian Principles Party, one of the many ‘Right wing Catholic Parties’ to spring up since Fianna Fail started showing liberal tendencies.
This is from the 1991 Local Elections where Sean Clerkin narrowly missed out on winning a seat, polling over 1,000 votes in the Drumcondra ward!
‘Jobs for Youth-Not Condoms’ has to be one of the worst election slogans ever.
There is all these Christian messages and then we find that Sean is a GAA man who jumped on the Italia 90/Euro 88 bandwagon and is ‘an enthusiastic supporter of Jack’s Irish Soccer team’