From a publication “Labour Report to National Conference 1991 – 1993” a piece on the merger between Labour and The Independent Socialist Party (Sligo/Leitrim) (you can find one of their leaflets here)
A leaflet from Deirdre Kingston who is running for Labour in Blackrock for a seat on Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council. She is pictured on the reverse with former Minister of Education Niamh Bhreathnach who is a current Labour Councillor in Blackrock.
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From the 2009 Local Elections a leaflet from Labour Party Councillor, and former TD and Minister, Niamh Bhreathnach who was running in the Blackrock Ward. She polled 1,782 votes and was elected on the 5th count.
Many thanks to the sender.
From the 2002 General Election a leaflet from Labour candidates Eamon Gilmore and Niamh Bhreathnach running in Dun Laoghaire. Gilmore polled 8,271 votes and was easily elected. Bhreathnach polled 3,893 votes and missed out.
It was Gilmores first General Election standing for Labour.
‘Labours Charter to protect our Local Environment’ -Niamh Bhreathnach 1991 Local Elections Blackrock November 11, 2010
From the 1991 Local Elections a leaflet from Labour candidate Niamh Bhreathnach running in the Blackrock Ward where she was elected.
The focus of the leaflet is on Environmental issues such as Booterstown Marsh.
It was at this time that ‘Environmental Issues started taking a bigger role in election leaflets , in part to do with the potential rise in the Green Party vote.
From the 1992 General Election a leaflet from Labour Party candidate Niamh Bhreathnach running in Dun Laoghaire.
buoyed by the Spring Tide, she was elected on the first count. It was her only term as a TD. She did however serve as Minister of Education and will be remembered for the abolition of third level fees.
She lost her seat in 1997 and again failed in 2002. She is still a councillor.