“Vote Yes For Marriage Equality” leaflet from Eamon Ryan and Councillor Claire Byrne of The Green Party April 15, 2015
A leaflet from Green Party leader Eamon Ryan who is running in Dublin in The European Elections. One of the nicer leaflets I’ve seen in this years elections.
He is on Twitter @EamonRyan
Many thanks to the sender
From the forthcoming Green Party Leadership election, former TD and Minister Eamon Ryan outlines his vision for the future of the Green Party and appeals to members for their support in the leadership election.
Leaflet from Eamon Ryan -Green Party -Dublin South 2011 General Election February 15, 2011
From the 2011 General Election Campaign a leaflet from Green Party candidate Eamon Ryan running in Dublin South. First elected in 2002, Ryan is under pressure to hold on to his seat.
The leaflet focuses on the Green Party “achievements in government” with Green Jobs, Digital Advances and The Civil Partnership Act amongst the items mentioned.
From the second Lisbon Treaty Campaign a flyer from Green Party TD Eamon Ryan to constituents with “Reasons to Vote Yes to Lisbon”.
The flyer also contains details of two public meetings to be addressed by Ryan himself.
A 2001 leaflet where the then Green Party Councillor Eamon Ryan introduces himself to the voters of Dublin South June 16, 2010
A 2001 leaflet where the then Green Party Councillor Eamon Ryan introduces himself to the voters of Dublin South. Ryan was initially elected as a Councillor for the Rathmines Ward in 1999 (I think he was co-opted onto the council prior to that) and was then switched to Dublin South in the run up to the 2002 General Election.
Meabh Cody -Green Party -Stillorgan 2009 LE June 11, 2010
From the 2009 Local Electios in Stillorgan , a leaflet for Green Party candidate Meabh Cody. She polled 655 votes and failed to win a seat.
Eamon Ryan -Green Party- Dublin South 2007 GE March 5, 2010
From the 2007 General Election in Dublin South, Green Party Minister Eamon Ryan. It has a little profile of himself. A list of his achievements over the previous five years, which include being ‘Magill TD of the year 2007’, the creation of ‘No Logo Day’ and a Green Energy Fair in Lepardstown Racecourse.
Then on the reverse “Vote Eamon Ryan No. 1 so that in Government he can …..”
‘Provide better, more affordable housing’ , ‘Invest in faster, safer and cleaner public transport’ , ‘Support parents with young children’, ‘Deliver a proper health care system’ and ‘Develop a new Green economy’.