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“Water is a Human Right” Leaflet from Michael Finnegan , Lorraine Hennessy -Workers Party – Lucan / Clondalkin May 16, 2014


“Water is a Human Right” a leaflet from Workers Party Lucan and Clondalkin candidates Michael Finnegan and Lorraine Hennessy.
Michael Finnegans Facebook Page
Many thanks to the sender
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Leaflet from Michael Finnegan -The Workers’ Party -Lucan -2014 Local Elections April 21, 2014

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A leaflet from Michael Finnegan who is running for The Workers Party in Palmerstown/Lucan for a seat on South Dublin County Council.
The leaflet also asks for a vote for Paul Murphy in the European Elections and to vote No. 2 Ruth Nolan of People Before Profit in the local elections.
The Facebook Page
Many thanks to the sender

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‘Dublin Mid-West News’ -Workers Party Leaflet from Lorraine Hennessey (Clondalkin) and Michael Finnegan (Lucan) February 6, 2014


A leaflet ‘Dublin Mid-West News’ from the two Workers Party candidates for South Dublin County Council ,Lorraine Hennessey who is running in Clondalkin and Michael Finnegan who is running in Palmerstown/Lucan. The leaflet has profiles of the candidates as well as covering various ‘Priority Issues’ such a the Water Tax, Housing and the privatization of Council Services.
Many thanks to the sender.

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Leaflet from Michael Finnegan -Workers Party- Dublin Mid West- 2011 GE May 31, 2011


From the 2011 General Election a leaflet from Michael Finnegan of The Workers Party who was running in Dublin Mid West. Finnegan the President of The Workers Party, polled 694 votes.

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Mick Finnegan-Workers Party 2007 Dublin Mid West April 5, 2010


From the 2007 General Election, Workers Party candidate Mick (Michael) Finnegan running in Dublin Mid West where he polled 366 votes. A native of Cavan, Mick Finnegan is currently President of The Workers Party.

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