Irish Election Literature

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Leaflet from Mick Barry advertising the Socialist Party ‘National Collection 2010’ November 7, 2013

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A leaflet from Cork Socialist Party Councillor Mick Barry advertising the Socialist Party ‘National Collection 2010’. It also mentions that he will be a candidate in the 2011 General Election and that Anglo should be shutdown and the bondholders burned.

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Video from Mick Barry Socialist Party/ United Left Alliance Cork North Central “on Why Everybody Should Vote” February 10, 2011


A video (he has quite a few posted on Youtube) from Socialist Party / United Left Alliance candidate in Cork North Central Councillor Mick Barryon Why Everybody Should Vote. Barry is seen as having an outside chance of winning a seat.

 

On The Buses …. Mick Barry -Socialist Party -Cork February 4, 2011


From the 2011 General Election Campaign an Ad for Mick Barry of the Socialist Party (United Left Alliance) running in Cork North Central on the side of a bus.
Many thanks to the sender who notes that its the “First time we’ve had posters on the sides of buses.”

 

Leaflet for Mick Barry -Socialist Party -Cork North Central 2007 GE October 18, 2010


From the 2007 General Election a leaflet for Socialist Party candidate Mick Barry running in Cork North Central.
Barry who had topped the poll in the 2004 Local Elections, polled 1,700 votes. He again topped the poll in the 2009 Local Elections and is seen as an outside chance for a seat at the next General Election.

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Ad in Evening Echo for Mick Barry -Socialist Party -2004 Local Elections May 24, 2010


A simple Evening Echo Ad for Socialist Party candidate Mick Barry from the 2004 Local Elections, where he was elected to Cork City Council for the first time.
In 2009 he was again elected to Cork City Council, topping the poll and being elected on the first count. He is seen as having an outside chance at the next General Election.
Many thanks to the sender.

 

 
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