Profiles of candidates for Honorary Treasurer and Committee of 15 elections from the 1993 Fianna Fail Ard Fheis August 20, 2014
“Fianna Fail Will Never Take Risks With The Economy” -2005 Bertie Ahern Speech from Fianna Fail paper ‘The Nation’ June 4, 2013
From the Autumn 2005 edition of the Fianna Fail paper ‘The Nation’ a transcript of a speech given by then Taoiseach Bertie Ahern to the Fianna Fail Parliamentary Party meeting in Cavan on September 5th 2005. The headline of “Fianna Fail Will Never Take Risks With The Economy” particularly caught my eye. You may notice too that the statement was made at Sean Quinn’s Slieve Russel Hotel.
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‘Not Just At Election Time’ 2007 Bertie Ahern Flyer giving details of clinic times and more…. June 3, 2013
From the run up to the 2007 General Election a flyer from then Taoiseach Bertie Ahern ‘Not Just At Election Time’ . The flyer gives details of Advice centres, his availability and that even if hes not present that he will ‘Personally deal with the query later’. For groups or organisations there were invites to make ‘Special Arrangements’ to meet him in St Lukes.
From 1999 “A Community Under Siege” – Postcard to be sent to Taoiseach Bertie Ahern on behalf of residents of Garvaghy Road April 15, 2013
From 1999 a postcard to be sent to the then Taoiseach Bertie Ahern on behalf of the residents of Garvaghy Road calling on the Taoiseach to ensure that the parade from Drumcree Church was rerouted away from The Garvaghy Road.
From Meath East in 2007 an invitation to a visit by ‘An Taoiseach , Mr Bertie Ahern T.D.’ to Dunboyne from Mary Wallace March 22, 2013
From the 2007 General Election campaign in Meath East , an invitation from Fianna Fail TD Mary Wallace to a visit by ‘An Taoiseach , Mr Bertie Ahern T.D.’ to Dunboyne. Light refreshments were being had at the Dunboyne Castle Hotel.
From 1992 “Election Message from Mr. Bertie Ahern T.D., Minister for Finance” -Fianna Fail -Dublin Central February 21, 2013
From the 1992 General Election a letter to voters in Dublin Central an “Election Message from Mr. Bertie Ahern T.D., Minister for Finance”. He topped the poll with 11,374 votes but neither of his running mates Dermot Fitzpatrick or Olga Bennett were elected.