Irish Election Literature

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Leaflet from Valerie McDermott -Labour – Dun Laoghaire #LE19 April 17, 2019


A Leaflet from Valerie McDermott who is running for Labour in Dun Laoghaire for a seat on Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council.
Many thanks to the sender

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Leaflet from Lorraine Hall -Fine Gael -Dun Laoghaire #LE19 February 4, 2019

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A leaflet from Lorraine Hall of Fine Gael who is running in the 2019 Local Elections in Dun Laoghaire.

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Leaflet from Sinéad Gibney -Social Democrats -Dun Laoghaire December 5, 2018

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A leaflet from Sinéad Gibney of THe Social Democrats in Dun Laoghaire.

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Leaflet from Niamh Bhreathnach -Labour Party -1999 Local Elections -Blackrock October 4, 2017


From the 1999 Local Elections a Leaflet from Niamh Bhreathnach of Labour who was running in Blackrock along with colleagues Seán Mistéil and Marian White. The leaflet deals with the “traffic crisis” in Blackrock.

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Leaflet from Valerie McDermott for the Labour Party Executive Board. April 18, 2017

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A Leaflet from Valerie McDermott who is running for a position on the Labour Party Executive Board.
The Campaign Facebook Page
You will find further details of her manifesto here

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Thank You Letter from Maria Bailey -Fine Gael -Dun Laoghaire July 18, 2016

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A Thank You Letter to constituents from newly elected Fine Gael TD for Dun Laoghaire Maria Bailey . Many thanks to the sender.
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Leaflet from Olaf Tyaransen -Cannabis Legalisation Party -1997 GE – Dun Laoghaire March 2, 2016


A Leaflet from Olaf Tyaransen who was running for The Cannabis Legalisation Party in the 1997 General Election in Dun Laoghaire. He polled 348 votes. Tim Murphy also ran for the party in Cork South Central polling 663 votes.
Many thanks to the sender.
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