Leaflet from Vivion de Valera and Colm Gallagher -Fianna Fail -1957 General Election -Dublin North Central December 10, 2018
1992 Litir chuig vótálaithe ó Sean Haughey as Gaeilge September 16, 2016
“Make H-Block The Issue!” -Vincent Doherty -Peoples Democracy- 1981 General Election -Dublin North Central. June 6, 2016
From the 1981 General Election a leaflet from Vincent Doherty of Peoples Democracy running in Dublin North Central which was Charles Haugheys constituencey. The leaflet also has a message of support from Bernadette McAliskey. He polled 1481 votes and missed out on a seat.
Many thanks to the sender
Leaflet from Helen Lahert -Democratic Left -1992 General Election -Dublin North Central September 7, 2015
1992 leaflet from Ivor Callely, Sean Haughey, John Stafford- Fianna Fail -Dublin North Central January 6, 2013
From the 1992 General Election a leaflet from Fianna Fail Dublin North Central candidates Ivor Callely, Sean Haughey and John Stafford. Callely and Haughey were elected whilst sitting TD John Stafford had switched from the revised Dublin Central and lost his seat.
Sean Haughey had run twice previously in neighbouring Dublin North East but had failed to win a seat. In this election his father Charlie Haughey retired and Sean stood in his old stomping ground of Dublin North Central.
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“2004 Budget Highlights” leaflet from Ivor Callely -Fianna Fail -Dublin North Central December 5, 2011
From Ivor Callely a leaflet “2004 Budget Highlights” with details of the 2004 budget. Very different times as Ivor writes “In Ireland we enjoy an economy today that is the envy of many of our European neighbours…” followed by “…a time for good courage and strong leadership.”
“Crime -Together We Will Crack It!” -Pat Lee -Fine Gael -1992 General Election Dublin North Central November 16, 2011
From the 1992 General Election a leaflet “Crime -Together We Will Crack It!” from Fine Gael candidate Pat Lee who was running in Dublin North Central. Initially elected for Dublin Central in 1989, boundary changes led to him standing in Dublin North Central in 1992 where he lost his seat.
Flyer with no Fianna Fail logo from Sean Haughey- Fianna Fail -Dublin North Central February 25, 2011
Leaflet for John Lyons -People Before Profit (United Left Alliance) -Dublin North Central- 2011 GE February 4, 2011
From the 2011 General Election a leaflet for People Before Profit / United Left Alliance candidate John Lyons running in Dublin North Central. It is his first election.
Poster for Paul Clarke -Direct Democracy Ireland -Dublin North Central -2011 General Election January 13, 2011
From the forthcoming General Election a Poster for Direct Democracy Ireland candidate Paul Clarke running in Dublin North Central.
Direct Democracy Ireland will be running a number of candidates in the forthcoming election.
“See the difference -You can check the record” -Richard Bruton 1997 Election Leaflet with the Rainbow Governments record January 1, 2011
From the 1997 General Election a glossy leaflet produced by Fine Gael candidate Richard Bruton with details of the Rainbow Governments achievements. It was illustrated at both the National and The local level. It gives an idea of where we were at in 1997 and how in hindsight it was an awful pity that the Rainbow government was not returned.
The outgoing Minister for Enterprise and Employment was easily elected.
Leaflet for Cathy Fay -Fine Gael -1997 GE Dublin North Central December 17, 2010
From the 1997 General election a leaflet for Fine Gael candidate Cathy Fay running in Dublin North Central. Fay polled 1,326 votes and failed to win a seat.
Finian McGrath -“Fighting for Jobs on the Northside” October 24, 2010
This Finian McGrath ad is from the back of a programme for a Charity Greyhound Racing night in Harolds Cross a few months ago that I attended.
In the ad he promotes the thinkirish.ie website.
Remember To Wash Your Hands (of ten years of FF and the PDs!) -Derek McDowell- Labour – 2007 General Election October 2, 2010
From the 2007 General Election a very clever poster from Labours Derek McDowell. I gather that they were placed in various ‘Washrooms’ in Dublin North Central.
I think that there was also a national hand washing campaign at the time to target MRSA.
Derek McDowell Failed to win a seat.
Many thanks to the sender.
‘Enjoy Your Weekend With Labour’ -Derek McDowell -Dublin North Central 2007 General Election. September 6, 2010
From the 2007 General Election campaign a flyer from Labour candidate in Dublin North Central, former TD Derek McDowell.
‘Enjoy Your Weekend With Labour’ with nice pictures of leisure time on the front and then on the Reverse we have a message that it was Labour, in 1993, who introduced the May day Bank Holiday.
So thanks to Labour you were going to have a long weekend!
Derek McDowell, who had been a TD from 1992 to 2002, got 2,649 votes and failed to win a seat.