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Litir um Thoghchán from John Kelly -Labour -Roscommon #ge16 February 19, 2016

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A Litir um Thoghchán from John Kelly who is running for Labour in Roscommon.
Many thanks to the sender.


Leaflet from John Kelly -Labour -2014 Roscommon South Leitrim By-Election September 25, 2014

A leaflet from Senator John Kelly who is running for Labour in the 2014 Roscommon South Leitrim By-Election.
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Ad for John Kelly -Progressive Democrats -1989 Kerry South July 5, 2013

From the 1989 General Election an ad for Progressive Democrat Kerry South candidate John Kelly. He polled 1,458 votes and failed to win a seat.
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Leaflet from John Kelly -Labour Party-Administrative Panel -2011 Seanad Elections April 29, 2011

From the 2011 Seanad Election a leaflet from Labour Party candidate John Kelly who was running for a seat in the Administrative Panel. Roscommon based Kelly, a long time Independent Councillor joined Labour in 2010 and stood in the 2011 General Election for the party in Roscommon South Leitrim.



Flyer for John Kelly-Labour -Roscommon South Leitrim February 7, 2011

From the 2011 General Election Campaign a flyer for Labour candidate John Kelly running Roscommon South Leitrim. Kelly previously ran as an Independent (flyer here) and was recruited by Eamon Gilmore to the Labour fold in 2010.
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Flyer from recent Labour recruit John Kelly welcoming Eamon Gilmore to Roscommon. July 13, 2010

A flyer from recent Labour recruit John Kelly.Introducing himself as a Labour Party man and also welcoming Eamon Gilmore to Roscommon.
John Kellys 2007 Flyer when running as an Independent.

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John Kelly -Independent (now Labour)- Roscommon South Leitrim 2007 February 15, 2010

From the 2007 General election, John Kelly running as an Independent in Roscommon-South Leitrim. John Kelly was recently unveiled as a recruit to the Labour Party.
Imagine an Independent candidate with the balance of power in Your Area” writes Kelly.
Backed by the Hospital Action Committee he polled over 4,500 votes. In the 2009 local elections Valerie Byrne and Paula McNamara both polled over 1000 votes running for the Hospital Action Committee.
There was no Labour candidate in the 2009 local election in Roscommon and one, John Feely in Carrick On Shannon who polled just 285 votes.
It will be interesting to see if Kelly can build on his 2007 vote.



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