Irish Election Literature

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Household charge leaflet from Wexford County Council October 31, 2012


A leaflet from Wexford County Council outlining the services provided by the council and urging the payment of the household charge.
Many thanks to the sender.

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“Property Tax ..Can’t Pay Won’t Pay” leaflet from the Campaign Against Household and Water Taxes October 15, 2012


The latest leaflet from The Campaign Against Household and Water Taxes “Property Tax ..Can’t Pay Won’t Pay”.
available in pdf here

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1992 Anti Property Tax ad from Fianna Fail October 10, 2012

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From the 1992 General Election campaign , an ad from Fianna Fail attacking Labour and Fine Gael over their plans to increase Property Tax and other things too.
£1,200 as indicated in the cheque was a fairly hefty sum in 1992.

 

“Don’t be bullied” leaflet from Cork Campaign Against the Household and Water Tax July 10, 2012


A “Don’t be bullied” leaflet from Cork Campaign Against the Household and Water Tax.
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From 1997 an Anti Property Tax leaflet from Cáit Keane -PD (Now FG)-Dublin South Central June 26, 2012


From the 1997 General Election a leaflet from then Progressive Democrat Councillor (and now Fine Gael Senator) Cáit Keane urging voters to “Support Cllr Cáit Keane’s campaign to repeal family home tax in Dublin South Central.
At the time she argued that it was ‘unfair’ , ‘Anti-Family’ and ‘Anti-Dublin’.
In this 1997 Election she polled 2,031 votes and failed to win a seat.
Some other Anti Property Tax leaflets from the then….
One from Olivia Mitchell and one from Fine Gael.
Many thanks to the sender.

 

“..Property Tax is unfair and inequitable..” Leaflet from Olivia Mitchell -Fine Gael -Dublin South June 5, 2012


Another Anti Property Tax leaflet from Fine Gael in the mid 90s, this time from then Councillor and now TD for Dublin South, Olivia Mitchell.
The line
“This is an ill considered tax with no economic or social objective other than revenue raising for the government at the expense of those already struggling to provide for their families.”
Is as apt today as it was then.

 

Poster for a Music Night in Ballyphehane in aid of the Campaign Against The Household and Water Taxes April 26, 2012


Probably a bit late posting this but I thought it gave a good indication of all the small gatherings that are taking place countrywide objecting to the Household and Water Taxes.
Many thanks to the sender.

 

 
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