Irish Election Literature

… what you maybe meant to keep…

Leaflet from Colm Brophy -Fine Gael – Dublin South West October 13, 2015

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A leaflet from Colm Brophy who is running for Fine Gael in Dublin South West.
He is on Twitter @brophytalks




Leaflet from Claire Kerrane -Sinn Fein -Roscommon Galway October 9, 2015

A leaflet introducing Sinn Fein Roscommon Galway candidate Claire Kerrane to voters. She is a former political advisor to Luke Ming Flanagan.
Many thanks to the sender.



Flyer from John Lahart -Fianna Fail -Dublin South West #vinb October 7, 2015

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A flyer from Rathfarnham Councillor John Lahart who is running for Fianna Fail in Dublin South West in the forthcoming General Election.
His Website




Autumn 2015 newsletter from Róisín Shortall -Social Democrats -Dublin North West October 6, 2015

the Autumn 2015 Newsletter from co-leader of the Social Democrats and TD for Dublin North West Róisín Shortall.
Many thanks to the sender.



Leaflet from Shane Cassells -Fianna Fail – Meath West

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A leaflet from Shane Cassells who is running for Fianna Fail in Meath West in the forthcoming General Election. Shane is a nephew of former Meath football legend Joe Cassells, which leads to the clever slogan on the back of the leaflet.
The Campaign Facebook Page
Many thanks to the sender



Flyer from Lucinda Creighton -Renua Ireland -Dublin Bay South September 28, 2015

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A canvass card from Renua Ireland leader Lucinda Creighton, who is running in Dublin Bay South.
Many thanks to the sender.



Leaflet from Joe Murray -Ballinasloe UDC – 1999 Local Elections

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From the 1999 Local Elections a leaflet for Joe Murray who was running to retain his seat on Ballinasloe UDC. He polled 85 votes and missed out on a seat.
Many thanks to the sender.




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