Litir um Toghchán from David McGuinness -Fianna Fail – 2011 Dublin West By-Election November 3, 2011
“Lets make the seat count” -Barry Caesar Hunt (Ex Apprentice Contestant) -Independent -Dublin West By-Election November 2, 2011
“On Thursday Vote For The Only Government Candidate” -Eithne Loftus-Fine Gael- Dublin West By-Election 2011 November 1, 2011
From the 2011 Dublin West By-Election a leaflet from Fine Gaels Eithne Loftus with the unusual slogan of “On Thursday Vote For The Only Government Candidate” . Unusual as Labour also were running a a candidate in the By-Election, indeed Labours Patrick Nulty won the By-Election.
Benny Cooney -Independent -2011 Dublin West Bye-Election October 26, 2011
From the 2011 Dublin West By Election an Ad for Independent candidate Benny Cooney. A worker in FAS, Cooney has stood in numerous elections. His record at electionsireland.org
From the 2011 Dublin West Bye Election a leaflet for Fís Nua candidate Peadar O’Ceallaigh. O’Ceallaigh is the first Fís Nua candidate to have the party name on the ballot paper as they were not registered in time for Februarys General Election. He previously stood in Dublin South East polling 18 votes.
More Details on the candidate and policies on the Fís Nua Website
Many thanks to the sender.
“New Government has delivered on 5 point plan” -Eithne Loftus -Fine Gael – 2011 Dublin West Bye Election October 22, 2011
Pictured at the front with Enda Kenny and Leo Varadkar, a leaflet from Fine Gael Dublin West Bye-Election candidate Eithne Loftus. Inside we get details of how the “New Government has delivered on 5 point plan” as well as Local issues, a guarantee on Connolly Hospital plus an ad for Gay Mitchell.
From the 2011 Dublin West by Election a leaflet from Brendan Doris.Brendan Doris is a candidate supported by An Chomhdháil Phobail I The People’s Convention (CPPC) although will be listed as Non Party on the Ballot paper. He was refused to be registered as “Citizen”.
The CPPC Website
Many thanks to the sender.
From the 2011 Dublin West By Election a leaflet from Fine GAel candidate Councillor Eithne Loftus. Note how she is standing in the “Bye-Election” , Fianna Fails David McGuinness uses the same spelling whilst Sinn Feins Paul Donnelly and Ruth Coppinger of the Socialist Party both use ‘By-Election’.
Interestingly enough, there is nothing in the leaflet about Fine Gaels performance in government.
Leaflet from Paul Donnelly -Sinn Fein 2011 Dublin West By Election October 15, 2011
A Litir Um Thoghchan from Paul Donnelly, the Sinn Fein candidate in the 2011 Dublin West by election. Donnelly a former councillor , lost his seat in the 2009 Local Elections. He was the Sinn Fein candidate in Dublin West in the 2011 General Election polling 2,597 votes. (His record at Electionsireland.org)
From the 2011 Dublin West By Election a leaflet from Green Party candidate Roderic O’Gorman.
The Leaflet is in *.pdf form here
Roderic O’Gormans Website
Many thanks to the candidate for sending it on.
Eithne Loftus -Fine Gael -2011 Dublin West By-Election October 13, 2011
Poster for Barry Caesar Hunt (ex Apprentice contestant) – Independent -Dublin West By Election 2011 October 12, 2011
A Poster/Flyer for Independent candidate Jim Tallon who was running in the 2011 General Election in Wicklow. Tallon polled 166 votes. He has stood numerous times in elections ranging from Local to European (His record at Electionsireland.org).
There is a youtube channel with a number of videos of the candidate. Mr. Tallon declares himself a prisoner of war and President of The Republic of Glastnost Perestroika (which is his farm near Arklow).
He is standing in the 2011 Dublin West By-Election
Many thanks to the sender
From the 2011 Dublin West By-Election a leaflet from Fianna Fail candidate David McGuinness. Amongst his priorities are
The economic and social plight of families with unsustainable mortgages must be tackled…
Protecting the Vulnerable
We have to restore the economy and protect the most vulnerable as we do so. Thats why I will oppose Government proposals to introduce extra income tax increases and to cut welfare and pensions in December’s budget.”
Supporting our Schools
I will campaign for funding for extra school places. The Government proposes to raise the school starting age to 6, to increase class sizes and to end transition year. I will oppose these short sighted cuts.