Irish Election Literature

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“Why Vote Independent?” leaflet from Ruairi McGinley -Independent – Rathgar Rathmines May 11, 2014


“Why Vote Independent?” A leaflet from longstanding Councillor Ruairi McGinley who is running as an Independent in Rathgar Rathmines for a seat on Dublin City Council.
His Website
Many thanks to the sender.
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Flyer from Ruairi McGinley -Independent (FG) -Rathgar Rathmines -2014 Local Elections March 20, 2014


A flyer from Fine Gael councillor Ruairi McGinley who is running as an Independent in Rathgar Rathmines for a seat on Dublin City Council.
His Website
Many thanks to the sender.

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Letter to voters from Fine Gael Councillor Ruairi McGinley explaining why he is running as an Independent March 11, 2014


A letter to voters of the Rathgar Rathmines ward from current Fine Gael Councillor and former General Election candidate Ruairi McGinley. In the letter he explains how he was not selected to run for Fine Gael , despite 16 years as a City Councillor and how with a ‘heavy heart’ he has decided to run as an Independent.
Many thanks to the sender.
rmcginleyletter

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Anne Marie Martin, Ruairi McGinley -South Central News -Fine Gael 2004 LE Crumlin Kimmage November 11, 2010


From the 2004 local elections a newsletter, ‘South Central News’, from Fine Gael Crumlin Kimmage candidates Anne Marie Martin and Ruairi McGinley. Issues covered include Crime, housing and a message from Gay Mitchell.
Anne Marie Martin was elected, she later resigned her seat and Ruairi McGinley was co opted to replace her.

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“The Health Service Rejects Those Who Need It Most” Ruairi mcGinley- Fine Gael- Crumlin Kimmage 2009 LE August 29, 2010


From the 2009 Local Elections a leaflet for Fine Gael Crumlin Kimmage candidate Ruairi McGinley. McGinley was elected.
The leaflet focuses on Fine Gaels Fair Care policy.

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Ruairi McGinley, Gay Mitchell -Fine Gael -1997 GE Dublin SC December 31, 2009


From the 1997 General election, Ruairi McGinley and Gay Mitchell. Mitchell was returned with over a quota, McGinley failed to win a seat.

 

 
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