Irish Election Literature

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Leaflet from Nora Bennis -Catholic Democrats – Limerick -2016 General Election March 19, 2017

From the 2016 General Election a leaflet from Nora Bennis of The Catholic Democrats running in the Limerick City Constituency. She polled 673 votes and missed out on a seat.
Many thanks to the sender.


The National Party – Peter McNamee and Máire Kirrane 1997 September 21, 2009

The National Party were formed on the back of the success of Nora Bennis in the 1994 Euro Elections where she suprisingly outpolled Kathleen Lynch of the Democratic Left, Dan Boyle of the Greens as well as amongst others the Workers Party and Sinn Fein Candidates.  During the count she overtook the third Fianna Fail candidate, the sitting MEP Paddy Lane.

The National Party had candidates in the 1997 and 2002 General elections.  In 1997 many of their candidates polled over 1000 votes with Joh Harold Barry recieving 2,125 votes in Tipperary South. However all their candidates lost their deposits.

Peter McNamee and Máire Kirrane’s leaflets below.



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