Leaflet from Peter Kavanagh – Green Party -Dublin Mid West #GE2020 February 6, 2020
Leaflet from Peter Kavanagh – Green Party – Dublin Mid West March 25, 2018
A leaflet from Peter Kavanagh of The Green Party in Dublin Mid West. A Co-Founder of the Pop Up Gaeltacht he is The Green Party Irish Language Spokesperson. His Website.
A Leaflet from Deirdre Doherty Ryan of Fianna Fail running in Lucan in the 2004 Local Elections. She polled 1218 votes and missed out on a seat.
2007 leaflet from The Green Party announcing Changes of representation in Palmerstown. April 3, 2017
From 2007 following the sad passing of Billy Gogarty and Fintan McCarthy, a leaflet from Paul Gogarty and The Green Party in Palmerstown outlining the changes to the party reps in the area. Paul Gogarty was the TD for the area, Dorothy Corrigan became a Councillor, Louise Archbold was the Young Greens Rep , Kevin Farrell along with Tom Dowling were the new Palmerstown Reps.
Many thanks to the sender.
Litir um Thoghchán from Tom Kivlehan -Green Party -Dublin Mid West #ge16 February 25, 2016
A leaflet from Alan Hayes who is running as an Independent candidate in Lucan /Palmerstown for a seat on South Dublin County Council. He is currently ‘King of the Redheads’ per the Irish Redhead Convention in 2013.
From 2007 “Ten Reasons to Support Mary Harney” -Progressive Democrats- Dublin Mid West February 4, 2013
From the 2007 General Election Campaign a four page leaflet from Progressive Democrat TD Mary Harney running in Dublin Mid West. The headline had “Ten Reasons to Support Mary Harney” and inside there was a message from Mary Harney, local issues in Lucan and her achievements in Health.
From 1999 a £10 Prize Crossword from Joanna Tuffy -Labour Party -Lucan September 12, 2012
Fine Gael weren’t the only ones with a ‘5 Point Plan’ …Michael Ryan -Independent- Dublin Mid West -2011 General Election July 5, 2011
Fine Gael weren’t the only ones with a ‘Five Point Plan’ in the 2011 General Election. Independent candidate Michael Ryan who was running in Dublin Mid West had a “5 Point Plan for a New Ireland”. Amongst the items were
“The low paid couldn’t afford the Celtic Tiger Party so why should they pay for it….” and “TDs to serve 3 months at minimum wage”
Ryan polled 375 votes.
From the 2007 General Election a flyer from Luke Moriarty who was running for Fianna Fail in Dublin Mid West. The Kerry native and local businessman polled a respectable 3,671 votes but failed to win a seat.