Irish Election Literature

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Leaflet from Máirín Quill- Progressive Democrats -Cork North East -2004 Local Elections October 18, 2017

From the 2004 Local Elections , a leaflet from Máirín Quill of The Progressive Democrats running in Cork North East where she topped the poll and was elected on the first count.
Many thanks to the sender.



Leaflet from Nicola Byrne -Progressive Democrats – Malahide -2004 Local Elections October 17, 2017

A Leaflet from Nicola Byrne of The Progressive Democrats when running in Malahide in the 2004 Local Elections. She polled 1052 votes and missed out on a seat.
Many Thanks to the sender.



Michael McDowell Autumn 2017 update September 20, 2017

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A newsletter from NUI Senator Michael McDowell which I gather is being distributed in Dublin Bay South.
Many thanks to the sender.



Leaflet from Michael McCullagh -Progressive Democrats – Ballinasloe UDC -1994 Local Elections December 14, 2016

From the 1994 Local Elections a Leaflet from Michael McCullagh who was running for The Progressive Democrats for a seat on Ballinasloe UDC. He polled 108 votes and narrowly missed out on a seat. Many thanks to the sender.



Progressive Democrats Manifesto Magazine from 2007 July 20, 2016

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From the 2007 General Election a 20 page magazine style summary of their manifesto from The Progressive Democrats It’s uploaded in pdf here or click on the image to launch

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Leaflet from Michael McDowell – NUI Seanad #Seanad16 March 19, 2016

A leaflet from former Tánaiste, Minister, Attorney General and leader of the Progressive Democrats , Michael McDowell who is running for the Seanad on the NUI panel.
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Leaflet from Geraldine Harney -Progressive Democrats -Dublin Central -1989 General Election August 1, 2015

From the 1989 General Election a leaflet from Geraldine Harney who was running for the Progressive Democrats in Dublin Central. She polled 1,418 votes and missed out on a seat. Sinn Fein didn’t win a seat either!
Many Thanks to the sender.




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