Irish Election Literature

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Liz O’Donnell -“Dublin South Update December 2004” -Progressive Democrats September 28, 2012

In pdf format “Dublin South Update December 2004” from then Progressive Democrat TD Liz O’Donnell. A lot of it seems to be focused on Private Health care.
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The Full Young PD Pizza Delivery Leaflet complete with Desert Menu and Pizza Menu! December 4, 2010

Had previously posted the cover of this without realising that there was a Pizza Menu and Desert Menu with it also. A kind soul sent me the full leaflet and here it is.
From the Young Progressive Democrats “We Deliver”.



A Message from Liz O’Donnell TD (asking to vote for Victor Boyhan) -2004 LE Blackrock September 15, 2010

From the 2004 Local Elections a letter from Liz O’Donnell asking for a vote for Victor Boyhan. Oddly enough O’Donnell wasn’t a TD for the area.
Despite polling 1,433 votes (3rd after the first count in a four seater) Boyhan lost his seat. He regained it running as an Independent in 2009.


Liz O’Donnell -Progressive Democrats – Dublin South 2007 April 8, 2010

From the 2007 General Election campaign in Dublin South, a rather airbrushed Progressive Democrat candidate Liz O’Donnell.
Liz O’Donnell was first elected to Dublin City Council in 1991 for Rathmines. Liz O’Donnell had been active in Mary Robinson’s 1990 Presidential campaign. In his book Ruairi Quinn claimed that she had contacted him wanting to help the Labour campaign of Mary Freehill, then she appeared as the Progressive Democrat candidate for Rathmines (where she outpolled Freehill).
In 1992 Liz O’Donnell stood in Dublin South and was elected. She was returned each time until this 2007 General Election where she lost her seat.



Liz O’Donnell -Progressive Democrats -1992 General Election -Dublin South January 22, 2010

From her first General Election in 1992, Liz O’Donnell of the Progressive Democrats in 1992.
The PDs Anne Colley won a seat here in 1987 but lost it in 1989. Liz O’Donnell won the seat in 1992 and held on to it until her defeat in the 2007 General Election.
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She had a spell as Minister of State at the Department of Foreign Affairs with responsibility for Overseas Development Assistance and Human Rights. She was also for a time Deputy Leader of the Progressive Democrats.



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