From 1991 , the first issue of Greenpeace Action, the newsletter of Greenpeace in Ireland. Also included in the scan is a petition regarding Whales. Many thanks to the sender.
Leaflets from Extinction Rebellion Ireland October 7, 2019
Two Leaflets from Extinction Rebellion Ireland advertising a Rally on the 8th of October 2019 and the International Rebellion Week beginning 7th October 2019.
Flyer from Ken Duffy -Green Party -Swords -2014 Local Elections February 19, 2014
A leaflet from Francis Noel Duffy who is running for The Green Party in Rathfarnham.
He is on Twitter @FNDuffy
Leaflet from Frank Gallagher -Green Party -Donegal North East -2007 General Election September 15, 2013
From the 2007 General Election a leaflet from Green Party candidate in Donegal North East Frank Gallagher. Gallagher polled a respectable 520 votes.
Sadly he passed away in 2011 aged 56.
Many thanks to the sender.
From the 2004 Local Elections a leaflet from Green Party candidate Geffrey Kane running in the Cork North West Ward for a seat on Cork City Council.Kane polled 183 votes.
“Don’t be bullied -Vote No” to Maastricht -Green Party 1992 February 29, 2012
From the 1992 Maastricht Referendum a “Don’t be bullied -Vote No” leaflet from the Green Party.
many thanks to the sender
From the 2011 Dublin West By Election a leaflet from Green Party candidate Roderic O’Gorman.
The Leaflet is in *.pdf form here
Roderic O’Gormans Website
Many thanks to the candidate for sending it on.
A “Why Vote for Roderic O’Gorman” video from Green Party candidate in the Dublin West By-Election . It will be interesting to see if there is any bounce in the Green vote from the General Election. He polled 605 votes (1.42%) in the February election. (18 short of Fianna Fails David McGuinness)
Video from Roderic O’Gorman – Green Party – 2011 Dublin West By-Election September 8, 2011
From the 2011 Dublin West By-Election a video from Green Party candidate Roderic O’Gorman. O’Gorman previously stood in the 2007 and 2011 General Elections aswell as the 2004 and 2009 Local elections without winning a seat.
From the 2007 General Election a leaflet from Green Party candidate in Dublin North East David Healy with the memorable slogan of… “The Greens Won’t Let You Down”.
Healy, who was seen as a possible outside chance of a seat, polled 2,349 votes.
From the 2011 General Election a leaflet from Ben Nutty the Fís Nua candidate in Waterford. A former member of The Green Party (He stood for them in the 1999 European Elections), he polled 257 votes in the 2011 Election.
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.
Flyer from Paul Gogarty -Green Party -Dublin Mid West February 18, 2011
From the 2011 General Election campaign a flyer from Green Party candidate in Dubin Mid West Paul Gogarty.
“Why the Green Party called this election” -Letter from John Gormley -Green Party- Dublin South East February 11, 2011
A letter from John Gormley (via Dail Envelope) to a constituent on “Why the Green Party called this election”.
For a collector like myself its quite interesting in that it details the final days of the government and the lead up to the election. We also get a look back on some of the things the Greens managed to get done…. and finally we get an apology for previously writing that parking for the new Superquinn in Rathgar “…was available in Christchurch Presbyterian Church at the top of Highfield Road.”
Poster for Pat Kavanagh -Fís Nua -Wicklow 2011 General Election January 24, 2011
A poster for Town Councillor Pat Kavanagh who is running for Fís Nua in Wicklow in the 2011 General Election. Kavanagh is one of a number of candidates being put forward by the new(ish) party.