Irish Election Literature

… what you maybe meant to keep…

Litir um Thoghchán from Enda Kenny, Michelle Mulherin, Michael Ring-Fine Gael -Mayo #ge16 February 21, 2016

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The Litir um Thoghchán for Enda Kenny, Michelle Mulherin and Michael Ring who are running for Fine Gael in Mayo.
Many thanks to the sender.




Video of An Taoiseach opening the “‘What you maybe meant to keep’– Irish Political Ephemera” exhibition at The National Print Museum April 2, 2014

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On the 24th of March, An Taoiseach Enda Kenny opened “‘What you maybe meant to keep’– Irish Political Ephemera”, an exhibition of Irish political posters, leaflets and election literature at the National Print Museum.
The material dates from the 1970s up to the 2010s and is chiefly drawn from a collection begun by curator Alan Kinsella. The exhibition also includes material from the Irish Left Archive and is curated by Kinsella and Dr Ciarán Swan.

The exhibition runs until the 27th of May


“The Contract for a Better Ireland…..” Fine Gael 2007 Leaflet October 13, 2013

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From the 2007 General Election , a leaflet from Fine Gael outlining “The Contract for a Better Ireland…..” . Before 2011’s ‘The 5 point Plan’ was Enda Kennys contract with the Irish people.
This contract was the inside of the generic Fine Gel leaflet from that election.



Enda Kenny poster from the 1975 Mayo West by-Election October 11, 2012

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From the 1975 Mayo West By-Election, caused by the death of his father Henry Kenny , a poster for now Taoiseach Enda Kenny. He was elected on the first count.


I’d previously posted a tiny version of this …..
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Postcard to Enda Kenny seeking a Papal Visit and reopening of Irelands Embassy to the Holy See November 28, 2011

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From the Ireland Stand Up Campaign , a postcard to Enda Kenny looking for the Irish Embassy to the Vatican to be reopened. They also want an invite for” Pope Benedict  XVI to Ireland for the closing ceremonies of the 50th International Eucharistic Congress June 10th-17th 2012 in Croke Park, Dublin”



1977 Flyer for Enda Kenny and Myles Staunton -Fine Gael -Mayo West August 16, 2011

From 1977 A flyer for Fine Gael candidates Enda Kenny and Myles Staunton who were running in Mayo West. Kenny topped the poll and was elected on the first count.
Many thanks to the sender.


“Putting Small Business First” -Leaflet from Enda Kenny -Fine Gael -Mayo 2011 General Election July 14, 2011

“Putting Small Business First” a Leaflet from Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny from his 2011 General Election campaign in Mayo.

“Putting Small Business First” Embraces the 10 Principles of the Small Business Act:
I. Create an environment in which entrepreneurs and family businesses can thrive and entrepreneurship is rewarded
II. Ensure that honest entrepreneurs who have faced bankruptcy quickly get a second chance
III. Design rules according to the “Think Small First” principle
IV. Make public administrations responsive to SMEs’ needs
V. Adapt public policy tools to SME needs: facilitate SMEs’ participation in public procurement and better use of State Aid possibilities for SMEs.
VI. Facilitate SMEs’ access to finance and develop a legal and business environment supportive to timely payments in commercial transactions
VII. Help SMEs to benefit more from the opportunities offered by the Single Market
VIII. Promote the upgrading of skills in SMEs and all forms of innovation
IX. Enable SMEs to turn environmental challenges into opportunities
X. Encourage and support SMEs to benefit from the growth of markets

Many thanks to the candidate for sending it on.



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